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Little thing called TalentLittle thing called TalentLittle thing called Talent by ^jane-beata
"My name is Marc, my emotional life is sensitive and my purse is empty, but they say I have talent."
In general, talent means the skill that someone has quite naturally to do something that is hard, a high degree of ability that a person was born with. It's hard to argue that some people indeed have more of an inherited talent for arts than others. They are able to get to a certain level rather quickly and get a lot of praise along the way. However, relying on talent will only last for so long, there's a point to be reached when nothing but hard work gets you through.
"Talent is so loaded a word, so full to the brim with meanings, that an artist might be wise
You Are; You Are;You Are; by ~DraganTheMighty
You Are My Earth and You Are My Step,
You Are My Sea and You Are My Wind,
You Are My War and You Are My Betrayer,
You Are My Saviour and You Are My Curse,
You Are My Tree and You Are My Desert,
You Are My Ithaca and You Are My Journey,
You Are Everything and You Are Nothing.
I Am Your Slave and I Am Free;
You Are; Faith.
The Girl He LovesThe girl he loves is midnight, like the blue of the sea cradled by the moonlight.The Girl He Loves by *UntamedUnwanted
The girl he loves is verdant, the very green of the hill kissed by the summer delight.
The girl he loves is coral, as pink as the roses that grow in his mother's garden.
The girl he loves is crimson, red like the autumn leaves that lay abandoned.
The girl he loves I can never be
Because he's allergic to violets,
And violets are too much like me.
PE: Creating art on CommissionPE: Creating art on CommissionPE: Creating art on Commission by ^jane-beata
At some point in your career as an artist, you'll be asked to create artwork on commission. Whilst it's a wonderful feeling, being able to make money creating art, it's completely different than selling a personal piece you previously completed - accepting a commission means entering a temporary relationship with your client. As simple it may sounds, there's a lot to satisfying customer's needs, sometimes the best you can do is to say no. Being picky regarding which commission you accept is not a bad thing, but try not to automatically turn down commission because it seems to be violating your artistic integrity, it's hard to survive without paid jobs.
✐ 1. Communication and flexibility
This is the key aspect to being able to work on commissio