Alrighty guys, here it is.
Had a talk with Chris about this and he thinks it's insane.
Which is good.
Take a good look at this and get ready for next year.
As i prepare to move to New Jersey, things will, as always, get a bit mixed up. But i should still be good to live stream on a constant basis.
By april of next year, i will surely be able to live stream on a daily basis for sure. The move will be done and i'll be taking a full break from commissions.
I ask you guys, to start getting mentally ready for this. It's gonna be tough.
2015 will be the year known as the year i "kicked my own ass all over again."
Let's rock out, feel free to IM me if you have any questions.
NOTES I WROTE AS I PLANNED THIS…
1. Repetition is imperative. Throughout my studies i have to avoid going on auto pilot. If i'm constantly going on auto pilot it means i'm getting comfortable, try the next hardest thing.
2. This means constantly switching exercises and spending just enough time on studies. not too long but not too little.
3. If i take too long something i get comfortable and it gets rid of pressure which reduces speed. Put just enough pressure but not too much or our recording device in our brains forgets. Medium. find a medium with time.
4. Avoid speed painting. for now. The brain and hand are like recording devices. Taking time to problem solve and understand color, light and anatomy is of upmost importance. BUT don't take too long or your camera goes to sleep.
5. Challenge yourself. let's keep working out in mind. Start light, then medium, max out then finish light. Peak at the end of the week and start the next light to recover.
6. Added note. Add quick gestural drawings. Concentrate on gestures and not rendering. stop fucking rendering.
7. get as close to the bone as possible. this will help balance your figures and improve accuracy in your anatomy.
8. Keep the week fun and exciting. leave time for personal work.
9. NOTES. ELIMINATE COMFORT ZONES.
RESTRICT INTERNET TIME. RESTRICT PHONE.