Speed Commentary #2 | Motivation





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Published on Jun 26, 2012

Original Video Author Information:

Name: Viktor
Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/RaXzeD
Original Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HwHVh...
Video Type: Modelling
Final Image: http://i.imgur.com/p3jve.jpg
Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/RaXzeD
About The Author: I'm a 15 year old guy from Sweden!
I like to play Minecraft.


Hey what's going on guys Darius here,
Welcome to episode 2 of my Speed Commentary. . I hope you guys like the 1st episode because I saw some really positive comments and that pumped me up. Don't forget to keep sending in the Speed Arts, they help, really. And the more , the merrier. Today we are going to talk about another very important aspect in graphic design.
Now, motivation is one of the big guys in this business. This is the engine of all your efforts. If there isn't any motivation, you will not get anywhere. Your mind is all that counts in graphic design, it's the center of all your ideas. You won't see anyone judging you during a job interview as a graphic designer. They don't care about how you look. They don't care about your religious views or how you make your pancakes. All they care about is your state of mind and how you deliver it to them. They want to see that you are motivated and willing to work for them and work well. This is really important.
In the process of building your skill in graphic design, motivation helps you get better, helps you make more and that's a good thing. If you can motivate yourself somehow to make more then it's perfect, your improvement will be quicker than others who will probably drop out half way because they are bored.
The way I motivate myself is by looking at other people's work. I look at the big guys like Zach Bush, Jeff Huang and Justin Maler. They are really talented graphic designers. They pump me up and they make me want to do more. I want to get in this line of work.
When I first started Graphic Design a few years ago, I was about to quit, I just didn't have that much willpower as I do today. Also My Artworks were bad, I didn't enjoy them that much.
This is what saved me. Other artists indirectly saved me with their beautiful art works. I wanted to do more, I wanted to get up there. So then I remembered a phrase:" Rome wasn't built in a day". And that's right. You can't expect to grab your mouse, open Photoshop and magically know how to make everything. It's a hard and long process that develops over years. And you need a LOT of Motivation to grow.
But remember that your Artwork is forever. Your art will always be seen by someone in one way or another even after you die. You have something to leave in this world. This rarely or never happens in a line of work like banker for example. Let's be honest. Who will remember a banker? What has a banker done that remained embedded somewhere. No offense of course.
So always keep your mind fresh, try hard to get to a certain point. And remember. DON'T . GET. BORED.
It will kill your Motivation.
What do you do to stay pumped up?
Leave a comment in the description about it.
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