One of our fans asked us to do an interview and post it on her blog!
Here’s an excerpt:
[ For those people out there that are wondering why their skills get nowhere
fast, tell us how many hours do you spend drawing or sketching during an
OniChild: (OC) No one gets their skills out of nowhere fast, unless you’re some sort of super-human prodigy that just “gets it.” I mentioned I started seriously learning how to draw when I was 8. I started drawing when I was 3. You never stop learning and you’re foolish to think you’ll ever stop learning. Ever. For those aspiring to be a good artist, keep an open mind. I learned this the hard way. Back in school, I gave the finger to fine art and said anime/manga was the way to go for me. I was horribly, horribly wrong.
I started when I was 11/12 and till my 18th I sketched a lot during an average week. Nowadays I don’t have much time to draw or I am less inspired. Always be critical to your own drawings and accept feedback from others. That’s the best way to improve your artwork I think. ]
This interview gets into our personal workspace and process, which is always nice and beneficial to discuss to other aspiring artists.
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Thank you so much for this interview, Jackie!