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Artistic Journeys – Starting September 2019

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I’ve been busy. The last few months have been spent interviewing artists from around the world. It has been fascinating, and I’ve had the best conversations with them. They have surprised me, shocked me, saddened me, and made me laugh. Some of them managed to evoke all my emotions within the course of our conversations.  


Starting in September, I’m going to share parts of those conversations with you. You are going to learn that it takes hard work to become a digital artist, but I think you are going to realize that if they can do it, so can you.


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24 Responses

    • L.A. James

      I will give a sneak peek about two weeks from it coming out, Jessica. At least that’s the plan at this moment in time.

  1. Ryan

    This looks interesting. I hope it’s not the same ole same ole stuff floating around the internet. I expect more from you, so I’m going to give you the benefit of the doubt because I know your a good writer.

    • L.A. James

      Hi Ryan,

      Thanks for the confidence. I hope it’s not the same old thing either 🙂 You can let me know if I succeeded when it’s all said and done.

  2. David

    Finally. I’ve been waiting a long time for you to do some more interviews like this.

    • L.A. James

      Hi Pat,

      I probably can’t change your mind. Remember, I’m not trying to change minds, I’m just trying to showcase different things. Only you can change your mind. Try to stay open minded. Maybe you can give it a try.

    • L.A. James

      Hi Aaron. As of now, you can use my contact form and tell me who you want to recommend and why. I would also like to see a portfolio to see what your artwork (or those you want to recommend).

  3. Brian

    Hi, LA.

    I have been following your blog for a while now. I look forward to these interviews. I have read on forums how some emphasize traditional art as being better than digital art. I have personally found them both challenging, difficult and rewarding. It will be interesting to read how others have developed their skills in digital art.

    Brian

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