Getting to know Adam
Did you have struggles in pursuing the craft? If yes, could share it to us please.
- Losing inspiration and expecting too much from people.
What I’ve noticed today with social media is that we’re all too focused on creating content that will lure all the likes and follows within a short amount of time.
- Success will take time and as long as you don’t give up on making whatever artworks you like, your work will be appreciated little by little and you just have to make those little things count. Don’t let others influence you too much on what you love to make. You can take in critiques and advice but don’t ever stray away from what you love doing.
It’s been such a long time ever since I held the pen but now thanks to a few friends and my family, I’m ready to bounce back again into my hobby of making illustrations using ink and photoshop.
You can’t change your situation. The only thing that you can change is how you choose to deal with it.
– Katherine, 50-50
Top 3 favorite tools:
- Unipin Technical Pens
- Moleskine Papers
- Pilot Calligraphy Pens
If you are to share tips and tricks to newbies, what would those be?
Pursuing your crafts is an investment so I would advise newbies to:
- Start on a low budget for practice (If you’re pursuing painting or any craft that requires the use of a lot of materials like sculpting, oil painting, etc.).
Personally, I do believe that it doesn’t really matter what you use, it’s what you’re trying to tell people, it’s the content or the story of your artwork that really matters.
If you were to describe the craft in 3 words, what would those be?
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P.S. He’s also 1/4 of Maarteng Letra! And he’ll be back on Instagram after an unannounced hiatus for Inktober!
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