I made a wysp 3 days ago!
here's a link www.wysp.ws/padpanda/
If you haven't heard of wysp, let me give you the dealo! Wysp is a super cool art site the focuses on improving and becoming a better artist. The website has little classes you can use to improve your skills, it labels your gallery "journey", and it even has a little inspiration widget on the home page.
Of course, the website is new, which means a lot of things.
- It's great because it's easy to get noticed! The "newest" page always has good art on it and since there's not that many people, your art stay sticks around there for a good amount of time. And since there's not that many people, it totally realistic for your picture to end up on the front page!
- It's kinda poopy because it's still in a kind of beta state so the site itself is missing some things. But it's not that poopy because the founder seems to really care, listens to feedback, and is working on the website.
Also, the people there are WONDERFUL! I've meet so many good artist, I've said thank you like ten million times already, and I've already started making friends after 3 days and I really suck at interacting over the internet.
Like I really feel like this website can make a better generation of artist. So you should go make a wysp! If you do have a wysp, please tell me it (unless you followed me from wysp well you still can, but I don't know what good that would do.)!
Through tons of loans and scholarships, I'm going to college! WOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
I'm going to SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design) to be specific. It's a fancy art school
I get super excited about it when I think about it. I'm excited (and super scared) to meet new people who love art like me and doing art things AAALLL the time and learning about art and I really like art. They also have a service club that some times go to animal shelters and play with animals so they can be more adoptable. C: (I plan to join it).
So, yeah, I'm excited about it. There's more exciting things about it but I'm in summer-vacation-dead-brain mode.
Is anyone else just starting college and has feels like me? Anyone already in art school/ in an art major and have tips to share?
I'm getting a new laptop! iIt has a little pen option thingy (not as good as my table, but still awesome)! I plan to doodle and practice and sketch a ton with it since there's something about doodling/sketching/practicing and how I have to have it in my lap to do it. So expect more art when I finally get it!