Hello once again! I apologize for another journal, but I have some great news!
I've been brought on as a concept artist intern for an animation studio!
One of my teachers noticed my work and set me up
Im sooo happy!!
By the end of the project I will have IMDb credit and a very likely chance of a job at the studio. (which is major.. it's still sinking in..is this real life?? )
That being said! There is a pro/con to this situation as it relates to my independent work
CON: I will not be able to show any of the work I do for the studio, and I have already been pumping out work for them, both 2D and 3D
PRO!: This opportunity will have me constantly working, and the more I draw, the faster I get at working, and that will most likely help me get some fun work out to you guys as well.
I'm both really excited and really intimidated about being thrown into a pipeline out of the blue, but this experience will be invaluable to me. There is a lot to learn!
I will have my character sheet for my next school model project up sometime this week, and I'm still working on that last commission. I feel like a juggling act here ._.
------------I'm counting down to AWAcon as well!
I've got plans for Overwatch fanart and team JNPR in the works! (as requested by you wonderful people, I appreciate your patience, I will get it to you!)
If you want to keep up with my WIPs I highly suggest following my Facebook page ( Dreamlight Designs)
I dont post WIPS here much, I prefer to only upload finished works to DA.
On another note, I had my first encounter with art theft yesterday. A lovely deviant very kindly brought it to my attention (thank you!) A facebook page was selling my Art nouveau work. I ONLY sell my work on my Redbubble shop and at Conventions. If you see someone selling it anywhere else they do NOT have permission and please let me know!
Thankfully I notified facebook and they had it taken down. It appears to be settled. But I understand the feeling have having your work stolen now, no bueno.
Much love to you all! Thank you for your patience and support. My DA family means the world to me