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What was your first achievement as an artist?

What was your first achievement as an artist?

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Garima’s Answer

My first achievement as an artist was finally finding my art niche and determining the type of art I want to create. This was challenging because there are numerous art forms, techniques, and mediums, and initially, I believed I loved them all equally. However, after exploring, I realized that I prefer character design and 2D art over 3D. So, identifying my preferred art forms was a significant milestone for me.
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James’s Answer

Getting the chance to showcase my artwork to Sony Corporation for an album cover design I was working on.
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Isaiah’s Answer

Winning a Film Festival award.
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Debbie’s Answer

That's a great question. Achievement can mean alot of things. The first thing that comes to mind is in high school I painted a picture of some palm trees as a project. To this day is hangs in the entry way of my parents home. During the time frame when I painted it a school counselor saw the painting on display and he asked me to recreate it for him and he paid me to do so. That was a pretty cool feeling as a student!
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Henrien’s Answer

Writing my first poem and performing at 6th grade graduation in front of 300 people Later, MC a college graduation.
Performing comedy in clubs. You keep building on each small events until you are in front of a large coward.
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Warren’s Answer

That's kind of a vague question because an achievement can be a lot of different things. For me, I'd consider an artistic achievement anything that you start, then fully apply yourself to it, and continue doing until you just can't do it anymore. One summer while I was in college, someone hired me to do a drawing of their home. That "commission," as it's called, resulted in dozens more commissions over the next three months. I took all of them and put in a full-length work day almost every day that summer. I didn't stop until I just got so tired of doing them that they didn't mean anything to me anymore, and even though it was good and constant money, I was finished with that job. Where any of those are now, I couldn't tell you, but I will always have the experience of that process to remind me of what it takes to fully apply myself to something, not just my art.
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Rebecca’s Answer

I remember the first time I sold an art piece in a local coffee shop. I have been a self-taught professional for over 10 years. In my opinion, that is the first achievement that I would commemorate. I was commemorated as a third grader for having a great attitude in art class, as well as putting in the effort into my work. So you could say that is the first time I was commemorated. Or, could I consider my parents' encouragement? I think the angle is to look at achievement from more than one perspective, as perspective is very important for an artist - to build ideas and inspiration, to build communities and followers, and to build tools and successes. Not holding onto one achievement higher than others, but to put a special memory like a word or feeling you had with the achievement is how I like to find my achievement(s). Thank you for a good question!
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