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An artist who wants to finish what he starts and always do the best thing

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Nefrit, Nov 29, 2007.

  1. Nefrit

    Nefrit New Member Webmaster

    Hi all
    I’m a self taught freelance storyboard artist for advertising in his fifth year of struggle in an industry that no longer bothers to train or groom anyone like it used to. In this field you are on your own and there is little to guide you in skills acquisition and finding connections. It’s the fuzziest of fuzzy edged jobs.
    I always meet deadlines (They are short and brutal) and work pretty much every hour of the day I have available to me at improving my skills and speed.
    The only thing is I have trouble guiding myself to the best thing to do at any given time and also have real trouble finishing personal projects. Once the motivation of money goes away my work intensity drops off and I start to follow every impulse I have. I never have completely finished a project done strictly for myself. I will start innumerable things but rebel at finishing. Some of the problem I have is frustration about my inadequate skills and some is boredom.
    Lately the need to pay attention to personal projects as a way to open doors for me to both make more money and fulfill myself creatively has become acute. The passing of my father, the birth of my only child, and turning 50 have brought me up from my youthful reverie rather rudely.
    So I’m coming here to hopefully learn to get my crap together.
    Can anyone point me at anything helpful?:batz::friends:
  2. temi

    temi Facilitator Webmaster

    Welcome to UK WW, how can your skills be applied to the web world?

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