6 Difficult Truths of being a Writer / Artist6 Difficult Truths of being a Writer / Artist6 Difficult Truths of being a Writer / Artist by JosephBlakeParker
Anybody Can Write a Novel
Chapter 10 “Publishing and the Writing Life” – Section 1“Difficult Truths”
With Links to Supplementary Material
Choosing to be a writer has been one of the best decisions of my life; the craft fills me with a sense of purpose, and is honestly the most fun vocation that I could ever hope to do. I am tremendously fortunate to be at a place and time where doing something like this is even possible, and I would never pretend otherwise. However, every path is filled with its share of difficulties, challenges, and hard truths, and I hope that with today's article I can provide some insight for those who are thinking of becoming writers, provide encouragement for those facing these problems, or even just help provide insight into some of the challenges of t
Everytime we go,
Everytime I fall to sleep
But in every dream I have we meet
Everytime I’m awake, you’re gone
Tell me how it all went wrong
Can i change this life we live
‘Caus you’ve got it in your head now,
Yeah you’ve got it in your head now,
Do you mind if I light up the fire and let it burn?
Sometimes you come across a song which makes you feel certains things and then you want to draw them. ‘Let it burn’ by Moke did that for me.
Overall I like the outcome of it. It's a bit darker than the things I normally draw and I wanted to try a different perspective.
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Critsim is highly appreciated! The fire isn’t exactly the way I wanted it to be, so if you’ve got advice how to improve, please tell!
Well, that was a lot of time!
But I’m really happy about the result of it! The light is the way I wanted to be and the colours do match this time!
It was meant to be a scene out of a story I’m writing at the moment, but it did turn out a bit different. The wolf isn’t quite as scary as he should be and cave doesn’t look very rocky, but that are only details. My younger brother concluded it the best way possible by answering “it reminds me a bit of Moses, you know? The burning bush-scene?” (by this he meant the DreamWorks version “Prince of Egypt”) when I asked him what he thought about it.
Not quite, but I guess he meant it in a positive way.
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Tips and tricks are always appreciated! I’d like to improve!