Awkward things you might say as an artist

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Re: Awkward things you might say as an artist

Postby Warren on Thu Feb 09, 2012 10:46 am

"I used to be an English major, but the job opportunities just weren't there."
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Re: Awkward things you might say as an artist

Postby peterabnny on Tue Feb 21, 2012 11:53 am

Warren wrote:"I used to be an English major, but the job opportunities just weren't there."



HA! I am an English major. Which is why I work in inventory control for a sales service dealer of office equipment... :wink:
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Re: Awkward things you might say as an artist

Postby VinnieD on Sun Feb 26, 2012 12:59 pm

When taking commissions. "Yes I'll do any animal but horses. They're too long." I am referring to difficulty I have drawing horses in perspective, but I don't alrways realize how that sounds to others.

I also make faces when I draw. It can lead to some strange responses if you do it in public.

And here's a strange conversation that took place between me and a tatoo artist last week. "I'm so excited, I just got new inks." "Cool. Can I see it?" "Sorry they're at home." After which he looked at me strangely while his brain made finally made the connection that I was talking about actual pigmented liquids and not body art.
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