I accept the fact that I'll never be as good as the people I look up to, but that's what makes me unique. With a goal in mind, I set off once again.
Hello! HANSCHRANZ/rainmaru here. I realize I may be talking to the void right now but I just want to have something ready to my visitor in the near future, so... yeah. How the heck
could this person forgot about his deviantart account?
The simplest answer is because I did not need an art showcase website. Well, until now. The privier of you people might notice that this account was made in 2013, but with little to no activity for the past 4 years.
That's because I suck and improving is painful.
I ain't lying. Especially true when you see your friends and peers posting great art left, right, and center. It's just not fun to suck alone, and being bundled with a group of "sucky" people doesn't feel any better either, I reckon.
Thus, for 4 years I basically did almost nothing. I just played games, passing school (not skipping-passing, but just barely enough kind of pass), and, well, just doing nothing I can be proud of in general. I attend an art and design school by the way, so the pressure is indeed real.
So, just this year, I had a revelation, sort of. But the gist of it is that I accept the fact that I can never be as good as the people I look up to, and it is pointless to hope for a miracle.
Let the good be great, and let me be (relatively) suck. This is not me depreciating myself by the way--I'm just... accepting myself, if that makes sense.
So, yeah. This year, I started up a Facebook page, set up a YouTube account for hosting speedpaint videos, and dusting off my dA account so I can start... yet again.
Well, I hope this'll be a journey worth telling. Below are links to websites that I am active at. It's been a pleasure, and I'll see you good people around!