christopherjonesart:

Professional artists use reference photos. Never get down on yourself over using reference. As long as you aren’t tracing, it’s A-OK.

also if you are a beginner artist, or can’t figure out how to do something, don’t be afraid to trace but DON’T PUBLISH IT ANYWHERE. use it as a learning tool to figure out the line and hand movements to achieve what you want. but for the final pieces draw it yourself without tracing.
That’s what stories are for. Stories are for joining the past to the future. Stories are for those late hours in the night when you can’t remember how you got from where you were to where you are

The Things They Carried (via from-a-different-angle)

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Emily Owensphotographer




Who are you and what type of creative are you?Hi, I’m Emily! I’m a photographer specializing in editorial/portrait work.
What made you interested in photography? What made you want to doit professionally?Way back in 2005, I had a friend who’d been given a Nikon Coolpix 3200. He never used it, so I asked if I could have it on indefinite loan. I kept this camera in my purse and I’d shoot everything possible— parties, bugs, patterns. Eventually I kept finding excuses to upgrade my camera until, in 2010, I realized I really just needed to go back to school because shooting was the thing that made me happiest. And it still does. READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE!
ink & arrows links:website // twitter // facebook // google+ // issuu // storenvy // instagram
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inkarrowsmag:

Emily Owensphotographer




Who are you and what type of creative are you?Hi, I’m Emily! I’m a photographer specializing in editorial/portrait work.
What made you interested in photography? What made you want to doit professionally?Way back in 2005, I had a friend who’d been given a Nikon Coolpix 3200. He never used it, so I asked if I could have it on indefinite loan. I kept this camera in my purse and I’d shoot everything possible— parties, bugs, patterns. Eventually I kept finding excuses to upgrade my camera until, in 2010, I realized I really just needed to go back to school because shooting was the thing that made me happiest. And it still does. READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE!
ink & arrows links:website // twitter // facebook // google+ // issuu // storenvy // instagram
Zoom Info
inkarrowsmag:

Emily Owensphotographer




Who are you and what type of creative are you?Hi, I’m Emily! I’m a photographer specializing in editorial/portrait work.
What made you interested in photography? What made you want to doit professionally?Way back in 2005, I had a friend who’d been given a Nikon Coolpix 3200. He never used it, so I asked if I could have it on indefinite loan. I kept this camera in my purse and I’d shoot everything possible— parties, bugs, patterns. Eventually I kept finding excuses to upgrade my camera until, in 2010, I realized I really just needed to go back to school because shooting was the thing that made me happiest. And it still does. READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE!
ink & arrows links:website // twitter // facebook // google+ // issuu // storenvy // instagram
Zoom Info

inkarrowsmag:

Emily Owens
photographer

Who are you and what type of creative are you?
Hi, I’m Emily! I’m a photographer specializing in editorial/portrait work.

What made you interested in photography? What made you want to do
it professionally?
Way back in 2005, I had a friend who’d been given a Nikon Coolpix 3200. He never used it, so I asked if I could have it on indefinite loan. I kept this camera in my purse and I’d shoot everything possible— parties, bugs, patterns. Eventually I kept finding excuses to upgrade my camera until, in 2010, I realized I really just needed to go back to school because shooting was the thing that made me happiest. And it still does. 

READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE!


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website // twitter // facebook // google+ // issuu // storenvy // instagram
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Jen Muirillustrator



Who are you and what type of creative are you?I’m a 20 year old illustrator based in Scotland. I enjoy drawing things for children’s books and book covers, or anything that involves creating characters. 
How did you get interested in illustration?I’ve always enjoyed drawing since I was very young, but I only started considering it as a career in my late teens when I took a class in visual communication. 
READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE!




Ink & Arrows Links:website // twitter // facebook // google+ // issuu // storenvy // instagram
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Jen Muirillustrator



Who are you and what type of creative are you?I’m a 20 year old illustrator based in Scotland. I enjoy drawing things for children’s books and book covers, or anything that involves creating characters. 
How did you get interested in illustration?I’ve always enjoyed drawing since I was very young, but I only started considering it as a career in my late teens when I took a class in visual communication. 
READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE!




Ink & Arrows Links:website // twitter // facebook // google+ // issuu // storenvy // instagram
Zoom Info
inkarrowsmag:

Jen Muirillustrator



Who are you and what type of creative are you?I’m a 20 year old illustrator based in Scotland. I enjoy drawing things for children’s books and book covers, or anything that involves creating characters. 
How did you get interested in illustration?I’ve always enjoyed drawing since I was very young, but I only started considering it as a career in my late teens when I took a class in visual communication. 
READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE!




Ink & Arrows Links:website // twitter // facebook // google+ // issuu // storenvy // instagram
Zoom Info
inkarrowsmag:

Jen Muirillustrator



Who are you and what type of creative are you?I’m a 20 year old illustrator based in Scotland. I enjoy drawing things for children’s books and book covers, or anything that involves creating characters. 
How did you get interested in illustration?I’ve always enjoyed drawing since I was very young, but I only started considering it as a career in my late teens when I took a class in visual communication. 
READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE!




Ink & Arrows Links:website // twitter // facebook // google+ // issuu // storenvy // instagram
Zoom Info

inkarrowsmag:

Jen Muir
illustrator

Who are you and what type of creative are you?
I’m a 20 year old illustrator based in Scotland. I enjoy drawing things for children’s books and book covers, or anything that involves creating characters.

How did you get interested in illustration?
I’ve always enjoyed drawing since I was very young, but I only started considering it as a career in my late teens when I took a class in visual communication. 

READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE!

Ink & Arrows Links:
website
// twitter // facebook // google+ // issuu // storenvy // instagram