Meet the Team's New Hobby 1When BLU Scout walked in the kitchen, there was a solid two minute period where he honestly didn't know what he was looking at."
Hey, uh, Sniper?""Yeah?""
Da hell are you doin' on top of the fridge, man?""'S called 'planking', ya little ankle biter.""Oh. Okay."Scout proceeded to get a glass of milk and Heavy's sandvich from the fridge, and was already seated at the table before it fully registered that his question hadn't been answered."
Wait, what?"Sniper gave a long, weary sigh similar to the one Scout's mom gave that one time he asked why her hair was suddenly ten times the size of her head in middle school. "Plankin', mate. It's an Aussie thing. Ya go up on somethin' strange an' lie down on it like ya were a piece of wood."Scout stared at him like he'd grown a second head. "
WHY?""BECAUSE, THAT'S WHY," Sniper snapped irritably."That's probably th'stupidest thing I heard in my entire life!" Scout continued. "And I used ta bunk wit' Solly, man! What
Advice for Aspiring Artists Pt. 2Here's the continuation of yesterday's journal discussing the importance of hard work. If you missed it, click here!In part two I'm gonna talk about one of the biggest roadblocks I hear from artists who are having difficulty getting in to good study habits, so without further ado...WISDOM NUMBER TWO!! Don't wait for perfect weather and stop making excuses. So often I hear things like "I don't want to waste paper" or "I don't know what to draw" or "I haven't found a good tutorial" or "I don't want to study perspective" or any number of things along those lines. I'll be blunt and just put the answer out there now: get over it. If you want to be an artist, you have to do the work, end of story. And with all the time you've spent thinking, wondering, being uncertain, and searching for that magical art secret of power, you could have filled 10 pages in your sketchbook today and inc