Here are all my sketches for the Children book project that I was working on last year. I promise to share with you all when I can.
I finally decided to declined the children book authors’ offer due to contract issue.
It was a great experience indeed. I am grateful for this chance to learn through the contract process.
I deeply appreciate these two wonderful children book authors for their kind understanding for me to turn down this great project in the end.
It was a very hard decision,but I felt it was a good decision for me.
I felt that this was a wonderful project,but it wasn’t for me. So, I made my first big decision to decline this great offer.
I have learned to be willing to say no to a project that is not fit for me!!
I know it was a great opportunity,but I just can’t agree with something terms in the contracts. So, I have made a peace with myself.
After all, I truly believe that “God will open another door when one is closed. ” and I am truly grateful for this experience.
Every since, I have been thinking about why I create, and what I want my viewers to get from my illustrations.
It sounds like a very easy question,but it is not. So, I have tried to find this answer for a while.
“Self-confident comes from endless of searching and discovering within.”
Sometime, I feel it is a such lonely road to create,yet I have my support group who constantly pushing me and supporting me.
Maybe, what I meant for lonely is that I am constantly trying to find myself in my creativity. By not be able to moving forward with my business, I am stuck somehow and
hesitate in the process. Still, I find myself stronger each time I have my up and down moments. It will never be easy,but doable. So, I will keep going no matter what.
Instead of always depending on things to happen to me, I want to take control of what I can do to achieve my goal of becoming a working artist in the future.
It has been a roller coaster rider for me with my art journey since last year.
Now,I have adjusted myself and my plan to achieve some goals this year and future.
After all, I am grateful for being able to do what I love to do in my life!!
Now, I am back to my studio—dream big, work hard, and have fun creating my art!