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Age: 104
Date Signed Up:9/29/2011
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#45 - That is awesome that you make good money on commissions works.…  [+] (2 replies) 09/14/2016 on OC-Art Block 0
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#46 - inuyuru (09/14/2016) [-]
A little of both. I have a lot of projects that I have my hands in.
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#47 - thehint (09/14/2016) [-]
The Hands in many pies technique, eh? I really should do that, instead of stubbornly trying to will one huge project into existence.

Hey, its been fun talking to you man. I've got to split, but we should have a chat again some time. It would be excellent to grill you about your drawing techniques and I could share with you some useful writing stuff I've learned the last six years. Sound good?

TTFN!
#43 - Yeah, I hear insomnia is a bitch. Health is importation and wh…  [+] (4 replies) 09/14/2016 on OC-Art Block 0
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#44 - inuyuru (09/14/2016) [-]
>Where do you see yourself taking your art

You know, I'm not sure. I've been doing it for years and make (fairly) good money on commissions. But I'd like to be known for my work. Have major comics in publication, do work for big name titles.

I'm not entirely sure where I'm going or where it'll take me. I just know it'll take me somewhere.
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#45 - thehint (09/14/2016) [-]
That is awesome that you make good money on commissions works. I mean, you're making money on your art and that's something not everyone knows how to do. You're living the dream!

Honestly, I admire your flexibility with regards to your artistic path. I could really do with a similar outlook to be honest. I spent three years of my life working on comedy about super powered fugitive orphans and my project kind fell apart. Its a little devastating to put so much time and effort to something which you don't think you'll ever finish. You ever have projects you ended up putting on hold or a pet projects you think will skyrocket you to fame?
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#46 - inuyuru (09/14/2016) [-]
A little of both. I have a lot of projects that I have my hands in.
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#47 - thehint (09/14/2016) [-]
The Hands in many pies technique, eh? I really should do that, instead of stubbornly trying to will one huge project into existence.

Hey, its been fun talking to you man. I've got to split, but we should have a chat again some time. It would be excellent to grill you about your drawing techniques and I could share with you some useful writing stuff I've learned the last six years. Sound good?

TTFN!
#41 - Ah, I hear ya. I heard exercise is good for that. Could be you…  [+] (6 replies) 09/14/2016 on OC-Art Block 0
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#42 - inuyuru (09/14/2016) [-]
Coffee IS good for fighting depression. As for the insomnia, I get it from my mom. I think it's something I'm gonna have to just deal with.

Also, thank you.
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#43 - thehint (09/14/2016) [-]
Yeah, I hear insomnia is a bitch. Health is importation and when things go wrong it just ......totally sucks. I recently got asthma due to prolonged exposure to a mold source in my apartment. And its like "Thank you life, that's just what I needed, an incurable condition that prevents me from mowing lawns" . And it sucks, but what else is there to do but keep moving forward?

Oh, well, your stuff is pretty good and you seem to put a lot of yourself into it and it shows. I would like to be an artist like you someday. I've been writing for years but I just started drawing two months ago. I'd like to do a web comic someday. You seem like a smart cookie, where do you see yourself taking your art?
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#44 - inuyuru (09/14/2016) [-]
>Where do you see yourself taking your art

You know, I'm not sure. I've been doing it for years and make (fairly) good money on commissions. But I'd like to be known for my work. Have major comics in publication, do work for big name titles.

I'm not entirely sure where I'm going or where it'll take me. I just know it'll take me somewhere.
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#45 - thehint (09/14/2016) [-]
That is awesome that you make good money on commissions works. I mean, you're making money on your art and that's something not everyone knows how to do. You're living the dream!

Honestly, I admire your flexibility with regards to your artistic path. I could really do with a similar outlook to be honest. I spent three years of my life working on comedy about super powered fugitive orphans and my project kind fell apart. Its a little devastating to put so much time and effort to something which you don't think you'll ever finish. You ever have projects you ended up putting on hold or a pet projects you think will skyrocket you to fame?
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#46 - inuyuru (09/14/2016) [-]
A little of both. I have a lot of projects that I have my hands in.
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#47 - thehint (09/14/2016) [-]
The Hands in many pies technique, eh? I really should do that, instead of stubbornly trying to will one huge project into existence.

Hey, its been fun talking to you man. I've got to split, but we should have a chat again some time. It would be excellent to grill you about your drawing techniques and I could share with you some useful writing stuff I've learned the last six years. Sound good?

TTFN!
#28 - Art block: So you’re supposed to make ground breaking art ev…  [+] (8 replies) 09/14/2016 on OC-Art Block +2
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#40 - inuyuru (09/14/2016) [-]
The "lack of sleep" thing is kind of beyond my control. Insomnia.
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#41 - thehint (09/14/2016) [-]
Ah, I hear ya. I heard exercise is good for that. Could be your coffee intake causing it though. But honestly who is going to give up the great goddess of coffee? Plus, I hear coffee is good for fighting depression. That is a bit of a rock and a hard place.

Anyways, I hope you're doing better. You're a pretty cool creator, I see your stuff up on here from time to time.
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#42 - inuyuru (09/14/2016) [-]
Coffee IS good for fighting depression. As for the insomnia, I get it from my mom. I think it's something I'm gonna have to just deal with.

Also, thank you.
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#43 - thehint (09/14/2016) [-]
Yeah, I hear insomnia is a bitch. Health is importation and when things go wrong it just ......totally sucks. I recently got asthma due to prolonged exposure to a mold source in my apartment. And its like "Thank you life, that's just what I needed, an incurable condition that prevents me from mowing lawns" . And it sucks, but what else is there to do but keep moving forward?

Oh, well, your stuff is pretty good and you seem to put a lot of yourself into it and it shows. I would like to be an artist like you someday. I've been writing for years but I just started drawing two months ago. I'd like to do a web comic someday. You seem like a smart cookie, where do you see yourself taking your art?
User avatar
#44 - inuyuru (09/14/2016) [-]
>Where do you see yourself taking your art

You know, I'm not sure. I've been doing it for years and make (fairly) good money on commissions. But I'd like to be known for my work. Have major comics in publication, do work for big name titles.

I'm not entirely sure where I'm going or where it'll take me. I just know it'll take me somewhere.
User avatar
#45 - thehint (09/14/2016) [-]
That is awesome that you make good money on commissions works. I mean, you're making money on your art and that's something not everyone knows how to do. You're living the dream!

Honestly, I admire your flexibility with regards to your artistic path. I could really do with a similar outlook to be honest. I spent three years of my life working on comedy about super powered fugitive orphans and my project kind fell apart. Its a little devastating to put so much time and effort to something which you don't think you'll ever finish. You ever have projects you ended up putting on hold or a pet projects you think will skyrocket you to fame?
User avatar
#46 - inuyuru (09/14/2016) [-]
A little of both. I have a lot of projects that I have my hands in.
User avatar
#47 - thehint (09/14/2016) [-]
The Hands in many pies technique, eh? I really should do that, instead of stubbornly trying to will one huge project into existence.

Hey, its been fun talking to you man. I've got to split, but we should have a chat again some time. It would be excellent to grill you about your drawing techniques and I could share with you some useful writing stuff I've learned the last six years. Sound good?

TTFN!
#8 - I know this was supposed to be insulting. I know that the poin…  [+] (2 replies) 06/28/2016 on Toonaholic +22
#10 - sifterthesniperz (06/28/2016) [-]
It's not, its point is to make a parallel to the #4 that we can understand
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#9 - drdazzoo (06/28/2016) [-]
It's suppose to be insulting to weebs... Not America. That they know so little about actual modern Japanese culture that they would sound like autistic retards to anyone else.
#5 - I refuse to discriminate against the thousands of billionaires…  [+] (1 reply) 11/20/2015 on OC Neat Holiday gift ideas... +84
#61 - anon (11/21/2015) [-]
Thank you! I am rich Nigerian Prince who belongs to FJ millionaire club, and is grateful for your consideration. As a reward, I planned to buy you holiday gifts from list. However, I am having trouble paying tax, and need you to help me. Send bank account information to totallynotascam@ gmail.com and gifts will arrive on Christmas.
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