Posted 28.09.2015 @ 9.44PM
I've worked at family run places and like Zack says, it can be frustrating.
There's another layer of politics going on and you'll always be way down the list.
If you feel as you say then I'd say it's time to move on.
I'd avoid those ad mills though. Only thing they'll give you is a despise for what you do.
As him above says again, learn some new skills that float your boat.
It's never too late and Youtube is a gold mine of tut's.
Posted 24.08.2015 @ 8.22PM
@Scotty - The wall still looks awesome. At least there's the hand in there somewhere with the spraypaint, way better than just using vinyl.
I think the trick is just getting the right consistency with the gouache. I find it actually needs quite a bit of water added to it, and a pretty wet brush to work with. I tried to watch a tutorial, but the guy was using it straight from the tube with absolutely no water, and it confused me.
Posted 20.05.2015 @ 7.02PM (Edited 20.05.2015 @ 7.14PM)
::@scotty must be awesome to see your work realised at that scale!::
Yep mate. It's a buzz alright. :)
The company I work with are no strangers to large scale and are what you'd call "real artists".
Check this puppy out.
Imagine the white page syndrome on this scale.