you're right and probably the first one to point that out . Normally I'm not actively putting critique in my work. I just draw how I feel. But I feel I should do that a bit more. thanks for that. more specific this is a comment on ridiculously expensive music festivals.
you were barking up the right tree alright and explaining art is probably impossible, most of the time it's all very subjective, unless we're talking about facts.
I do what I do because I like what I do. I try to make fun stuff that people can enjoy. I let the randonmness of what I like and think about guide me like an organic process. humour is my guiding path, but I'm gonna rethink properly what you said. you're right, but at the same time I don't want to criticize too much if my story isn't worth anything. what I do is escapism to me and to the audience. Drawing, creating, is that safe cocoon for me and what I want my work to do is bring some extra colour and joy in the daily life of everyone who sees it. My work reflects who I am, an optimistic guy. But I only became that person because of a lot of dramatic and bad shit happening in my life. those terrible events changed me and, yeah it's cliché, made me realize there's no time to lose and enjoy the fuck out of this life. That's what I'm doing and trying to tell. But it almost seems as if I need to defend myself here . thx for the advice mister!