I've got this pink and black, faux Frenchy color scheme on my mind. I am working on a couple of submissions for Somerset Studio's call for artwork on theme of "Paris" - the city, not the girl. On of my goals for '06 is to get some work in a real magazine. I feel a little wierd about these submission things for, I think, two reasons:
1. I kinda like to believe in destiny, that the people who are supposed to see my work and dig it, WILL see my work and dig it without me having to say, "See what I made? Do you like it?"
2. What would my book teachers say about Somerset Studio? Would they think it was lame or cool? I've studied with some prolific book artists, who I really admire, respect and look up to. I know they probably don't even remember me, and much less care what I do or don't do artwise, but I STILL wouldn't want them to think I'm cheap.
Maybe these are just excuses not to submit work beacuse I'm afraid of rejection. Aren't you, just a little?
peace, love and paper,