How to draw Transformers - Wizard Magazine|怎樣畫變形金剛 - Wizard 雜誌|怎样画变形金刚 - Wizard杂志
Thanks to everyone who stopped by to wish a Happy Birthday - I can't believe I'm turning 34, then again - it's just a number! I still look frikken young and lovin it haha!
My previous blogger blog was about Transformers the movie and comic book covers but this time I wanted to share with you an article that Wizard Magazine put out in 2001 (thanks to Justin Edmund Millen from FaceBook who kindly sent this article to me).
This article was very meaningful to me because this is what launched my career in drawing robots and also helped us get the Transformers license back in 2002. I still haven't watched Transformers yet as we plan to watch it soon at Elements with the rumbling chairs! So if you are ever interested in how to draw robots - here is an interview with me and Wizard Magazine on how to draw robots - my own style and methods.
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I remember when I was in grade 11, I got kicked out of religion class for drawing all the time, getting yelled at by teachers because I wasn't paying attention. My passion for art drove me outta school after I graduated and straight to being a proffesional at the age of 17. I remember my art teacher telling me who was a wonderful person and great mentor said to me."If you know what you want to do with your life, just follow your passion and your dream will follow.. So, why are you in school?."
When I was that young, I never knew exactly how I was going to get there or what exactly I was going to do - but looking back, I know I manifested my vision into reality by just the thought and the will power to do it. If you have the passion to do something know matter how difficult you may think it is - know that you can have it if you are passionate about what you want. Everytime someone is negative about where they want to be, they are sitting on the side bench waiting for someone else to grab that opportunity - believe me I've sat on that bench many times. Always believed in thinking positive, always believe you can achieve, always believe that you can maifest anything you desire. Jus believe it. I've seen people who drew stickmen to being a professional artist making over $60k usd a year doing art so I don't believe it when someone says "I don't know how to draw..." that they can't do it.
Well - thats all folks.
Wishing you all peace, love and enlightenment - and don't forget to stop by Rosanne Wong's page and wish her Happy Birthday as well!