Jarrod Gecek

Jarrod Gecek

It's important to be realistic and a delusional at the same time. You have to understand that you are not the best artist ever but your also not the worst. I go through each day thinking "Wow, I'm the shit, I'm a great artist" then i'll go online, look at other artists and think, "I am a huge pile of hot garbage!" Both of those thoughts should keep you continuing to grow and get better.. 

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Torsten Schrank

Torsten Schrank

A young artist has to consider that there will be long hours and hard work at the drawing desk. Working as a commercial artist means that you will have to draw things that might be not very interesting or aligned with your personal taste and if you are part of a production you have to accept criticism and be open for feedback..

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Paulo Ignez

Paulo Ignez

As a teenager my personal goal was to work in the biggest animation studios in Hollywood, but after visiting so many times these studios and talk to some of the best professionals working within it, I must say that I no longer have that ambition. Today my goal is to produce high quality material daily, working with people who value my work and can give me artistic freedom..

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