John and I just got back from my hometown, Victoria B.C, it has just about quadrupled in population since we left to go travel. The main part of the city itself is still close to the same, however the surrounding areas are expanding very fast, it’s crazy. We saw our family, and some of my close friends who make me want to move back there. Anyways I just wanted to say hello, and let you all know we’re still going to be posting, but there may be a gap of a couple days here and there as we are moving around a lot and don’t always have internet access. Incase you care at all, here’s a link to some of Victoria B.C’s best places to go, I recommend these over a tour guide or anything like that. You will see some cool things but it’s all about the personal experience, and this doesn’t cost you money. Contact me personally if you are ever travelling there and would like some direction around the city advice on where to go for food or entertainment.
Today I want to talk about why it is important to find your own, unique art style
Leonardo Da Vinci didn’t get his ideas from other people. He was influenced, but his artistic mind is not similar to anyone else’s. It may seem like he has some secret recipe for creating greatness but no, it is unique, and that is what makes it so amazing. Basically what I’m trying to say is that if somebody does something, it certainly won’t have the same meaning when it’s replicated by someone else, and the way it was done before whether historical or not, doesn’t mean it’s the right way for you. Do your own thing and you will reap the rewards.