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Aricson
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
United States
Current Residence: San Diego, California
Favorite musical artists: Ysa Ferrer, Yulia Savicheva, After Forever.
Favorite style of art: Magical Realism
Operating System: Windows 7
Favorite cartoon character: Totoro
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Thanks to all my Comic-Con friends who made the show such a blast this year!  You nerds ROCK! :)
  • Mood: Joy

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:iconkatsumiyo:
Thanks a lot for the watch! :)
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:iconwolfgirl-hanhan:
I have received your books, I wanted to thank you again, they will be great help.:D
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:iconaricson:
Aricson Jul 24, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're welcome. I hope to see you at the 2012 Comic-Con :)
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:iconwolfgirl-hanhan:
Yes, but I do not know if I can come next year, I wish, but even Anthony's not sure if he's going.:(
Even if I don't it should be okay.^^
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:iconpoupeedechair:
PoupeedeChair Jun 27, 2011   Traditional Artist
Hey, I finally found enough confidence to use your Pastelboard [link]

Thank you so much :)
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:iconwolfgirl-hanhan:
Hey Aric I was thinking about posting one of my comics on here(it's not my main one, but it has a good story) what do you think?
gah I'm so paranoid, but my friend says I should, and make a watermark for it.
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Aricson Jun 25, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Go for it! It is very important for you to have the courage to present your work as much as possible (especially to people you may not know), to get feedback both positive and constructive. As far as the paranoia about your work being ripped off, don't worry about it. As a creative mind, you are always coming up with new ideas to replace the ones you had already put to paper. Just take a hard look at what you really are afraid of? Is it really having your work copied? Or is it possibly presenting it to be critiqued by strangers? The later is always more scarier than the first, because the first is so easy to defend. Stealing work is plain wrong and you can easily be justified to protect your work. But when you face criticism, that is subjective and takes soul searching. Show your work, and learn from the feedback. That's how you will grow as an artist and be more competitive from your peers.
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:iconwolfgirl-hanhan:
Okay, well I'm not so sure I'm afraid of getting critiqued as much as being ripped off.
But I think I'll go for it then, your words have encouraged me, thank you so much.I'm going to make
a watermark fist, or try.:D
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:iconaricson:
Aricson Jun 25, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Cool! I look forward to seeing your comic :)
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:iconwolfgirl-hanhan:
Hello Aric, it's Anthony's little sister, Hannah.
My mom lied I do have art on here but it's not really a lot of my "good" stuff.
I'm too afraid of art theft that's why.haha:D
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