>>2243496 Making money and building a future with art as a career has much more to do with making things people enjoy seeing, marketing and business sense than it has to do with achieving the skill level that only a naturally gifted person could achieve.
There are lots of very mediocre webcomic- and fanartists who are far worse than the artist you posted, yet they make 10 times more money than he does.
>>2243505 >There are lots of very mediocre webcomic- and fanartists who are far worse than the artist you posted, yet they make 10 times more money than he does. And this is what you should truly be concerned of.
>>2243508 I mean yeah if you're in the business for starting a movement...
But really it's the fork where you must decide if you're a hobbyist that really doesn't need anything to do with fame or someone that is going to devote their breathing hours to this craft so they can pay rent.
>>2243487 Dont be dumb, if you see something mind blowing artwork,probably the 80-90% of that is practice. Imho the talent is the smaller part in this. "I dont have natural skill'' is just a bad execuse when you are lazy to put time and energy (years of practice!) in your development.
>>2246732 >>2246762 The correct answer is to stop using the word "talent" when you really mean intelligence. Intelligent people will always be better at anything that requires you to use your brain and solve problems. No one is born with the talent to be good at art, only with the brain capacity to understand certain concepts more quickly than others.
>>2246769 >No one is born with the talent to be good at art, only with the brain capacity to understand certain concepts more quickly than others. And why isn't that the definition of talent? >Oh, you have such intelligence for art. >My child is very intelligent at science.
>>2246771 it's not talent, it's skills which the subject got while doing other activities, and which are interchangeable, but he/ others might not be aware of
e.g. an digital artist can become good at traditional art, or viceversa, faster than a normal person can, because he got a set of skill (like the ability to stay on a single piece longer) on which he can build on
ppl good at science usually like to question things, why? how? etc., ppl good at art like to explore etc. which is the opposite of normal ppl who, just like shit artists/ scientists/ managers /etc, don't like to leave their comfort zone
>>2246819 What? Are you a fucking moron or something? If you suck and you don't believe in talent but only in hard work, you have no excuse and no one to blame but yourself. If you suck and you do believe in talent, THEN you have an excuse.
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