I want to be a children's book illustrator full time and working from home.
I used to want that. It's not as economically viable over here.
I plan to get a Masters in Development Studies as I have so many ideas that can make economic change in Africa, yet no doors are open towards this...that in a couple of years.
Purity and simplicity... and ubuntu.
If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor. If an elephant has its foot on the tail of a mouse and you say that you are neutral, the mouse will not appreciate your neutrality. - Bishop Desmond Tutu
Have my novel/series and all static/multimedia creations purchased by a publisher for world wide distro. Thusly getting a big advance and nice royalty checks - then sell the movie rights and become the next J.K. Rowling.
Not a far dream considering THIS went world wide and is only a small press book.
The novel is nearly done on first draft. Based on a short story that was published in the small press book. Now for the technical revisions. heh.
My dream job is working for a top secret anti-terrorism unit in the government. My keen attention to detail and an arsenal of hand to hand combat moves would see me rise through the ranks of the ATU with a series of succesfull missions in espionage all over the globe. It would be exactly one week after another C.O. (covert operation) in Prague that an un-paralleled and un-natural threat would be made on the entire world. An underground terrorist force claiming to be the Dooms Day Deliverers (3D), had built a bomb more powerful than anything the world had ever seen.. I can't go into details of how this was possible... its all highly classified. However, it would be my JOB to track down these 3D hoodlums and bring them to justice. Along with saving the world from the afformentioned Dooms Day Deliverers's Device (4D).
Hi i've illustrated this by hand and just wanted to know if anyone knows what the best option for image trace using Adobe Illustrator in order to keep the fine line detail? So far the best i could get...