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Journal Entry: Sun Jan 20, 2013, 3:03 AM
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... you have all the talents, but others just treat you like trash?

This is me in my mind:
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and this is how my family looks at me:
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I don't know, maybe I sit in front of the computer most of the time and that leads them to think this way? Or, maybe I'm in a Chinese family and stereotypically, they expect a lot more? They just... don't seem to want to dig deeper into a person, and see what is so beautiful in them.

I feel really isolated. I did all this work and it never gets appreciated, but when someone else did the same thing with a lackluster quality, he/she gets the praise? And, when they get into trouble, I take all the blames? How unfair is that?

I hated them before. Yes, I did. However, I find this only upsets myself and they won't change for you in any bit. Hence, nowadays, I will only ignore them and pity how much awesome stuff they have missed from me.

Let's take an example, even if you were a very skillful singer, without a proper audience that KNOWS how to appreciate you, your performance will never be a successful one. With this mindset, I could get around it and show my talents to more people who ACTUALLY appreciate me as a person. My bf :iconslydragoon16: being one, and I'm super thankful to have met him~

Have you ever have this kind of experiences before? If so, how do you deal with them?

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BTW, I'm running out of deivants to feature, so I will not be doing art features so frequently until I collect enough artists~

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(Please refer to my latest journal or my DA profile for the update of my commish status~)
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Zocario Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I know exactly how you fell... Look' like your best is nothing for others.... Like even you beeing in a room with 1.000 people, you're always... alone.... I REALLY know how is be... How not to count on most of my family. I have a huge family, but lives alone with my father, and even he is skeptical with my ideas and plans ... sometimes it seems like I'm treated like a child ... That hurts real. So.. what I do? nothing... just wait untill FINALLY have achieved what I want and be able to stand on your own, and hope to find someone who likes me for who I am and what I like ( sorry for the bad english XS )
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AzureEmpyrean Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013
I find solace in my faith.

I know it works, because my view has changed the way I think and feel for the better. I'm no longer depressed, I no longer need to worry about the opinions of others, I have a purpose and a reason, and all my talents are celebrated. I know that, when the world tells me that I have nothing to contribute to society, that they're wrong: I can touch each person at a time if I must, but I am invaluable.

And you are, too.

Yes, it hurts for a time, but through the knowledge that your gifts are indispensable (and even planned in advance!) it takes the sting right out. You may not know why your life is going this way, or why your family is being so harsh right now, but in time it will become clear.

Meanwhile, know that you are loved. I'll be cheering for you!
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Cheesebagz Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
may i suggest an artist for you to feature?
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:iconhaychel:
Haychel Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sure, go right ahead~
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Cheesebagz Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
his name is Gambear1er [link] and is style is pretty darn cool.
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SapphireMiuJewel Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh yes~ It felt it alot of times...
Sometimes from my Family...but Mostly...My Darn Relatives and Classmates from School!

They look down upon you...Make you feel inferior...
I felt That alot too...

..but You gotta ignore them sometimes...Let them miss all the wonderful things YOU can do!
Since they never appreciates it...

I deal with this everyday of my Life...but I get through it by the Comfort of My Wonderful Friends here on dA and the words I always whisper to myself, "It's Alright...It's Alright...Every things gonna be alright in the End..."

So, don't let others Stop you from doing the Things that people here in dA appreciates you for! Keep up the Amazing Work!~ :meow:
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puffle28 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2013  Student General Artist
oh yeah.....
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Angelized Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Student General Artist
That's pretty much how my family is.

I stopped caring. Easier said than done of course.
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diamagon Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013
I do have a similar experience. Im the second son of a family with now 6 boys. The last 2 don't share the same mother to the first 4, if you know what I mean. Thing is, I am the black sheep of the family. Mainly because I'm antisocial, as in I don't have many (or barely any) friends. I always played videogames, I don't get high grades, I don't play instruments, I didn't choose a true university degree to get (am in game design, which seems so simple compared to the books I found about engineering my dad had). The only thing I seem to have done well is to be the first of my brothers to get a job... as a game tester...

Most of my victories don't seem like they are mine, they seem to be just me being lucky, as in not winning due to self merit, but rather because I was lucky. I found out that I was concieved due to a mistake, on top of that, I was born with my right eye not being able to move to the right. I can't look sideways, I have to turn my head to do so. So physically unfit too. Not a gymnastics guy, nor do I get lots of chicks too, just an antisocial gamertard.

How do I deal with this? I don't quite understand that question. This is just a very simple description of what is depicted by other people as something "bad". If it is suposedly a description of my life, what I am, and such things, then I'm fking fine with that. We are unable to fully understand each other because we are not the other person. Noone will fully understand you simply because they are not you, they have not experienced being you, nor has anyone experienced being me. I guess I need to get to the point...

This is all from my own personal experience, so don't take it as true for you. I cannot garantee that it applies to you too, but I get that you wanted to read something like this. I am afterall, only a paranoid dumbass, and its not this kind of people that you want to listen to. the point is, the only person that can accept you wholly for what you are and who you are is... you. Nothing more is needed.
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IlyaRacer Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Student Artist
I do quite hate this so much. I have no idea whether this is the same or not, but I always loved cars when I was a kid. But until now, I haven't had someone in reality to be able to share my passion with. So I see many of my friends talking about geek stuff, but I haven't been able to talk about what I love. Making me seem like a complete loner at times. Does this kinda relate? Even if its a bit different?

But, I'm sorry that your family doesn't see the best in you, I just hope the best goes well in your endeavors.
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ARWINGx1 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Heh, pretty much the whole time, I always thought that my mom thinks that I'm doing it wrong & that my future will inevitably be screwed. Especially now since she claims that this year's my last to get grades, (Especially because my last school was WAY to hard) that obviously makes me nervous & more likely to mess up.

However, my teachers said that if I keep up like normal, then I will make it. But she acts like she "wanted" me to fail, by rejecting what I said.
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DemireNeko Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Student General Artist
I know what you mean!!! I'm from an Asian family too and when your cousin or somebody does something, they always compare you with themT^T Life sucks just like that. There is is constant urge to prove yourself to be bether than your siblings and cousins. It can't be helped but I guess you can just try and be cheery and more active around the house and try not to complain too much?

It sort of worked for me when my family went back to China to visit my ancestral home and my grandfather picked me out of my other cousins and sibling, even though I'm a girl and not the eldest, to stand beside him. I suppose it meant a lot for him and me to pick me out of all my cousins.

I don't know how is it going to help but I guess just be yourself?
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:icon100-percent-empoleon:
I don't get like that but I still know what you mean, we have all had times like that, but in the eyes of thousands of people that love your art you are even more awesome than a dragon that breathes money instead of fire
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DemonicAnomaly Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
No offense, but people think you're trash because they need to grow up. (I say no offense, because I read that family is involved). You are lucky as hell to have just one person that sees you for what you really are, and respects/loves you for it. I'd say guard that with your life. There isn't a whole lot else in life worth having, I think. And life is a heck of a lot crappier without it.

Maybe people... disagree... with certain choices you make, or things you say or do. But they have to respect your will and right to exercise said will. People need to learn that disagreement is a mere preference, not an indication of the laws of nature or reality. The butthurt is just strong with some people, I guess.

That said... I know of your situation a little (from across the Internet) and can't say I'd agree with/make all the same choices, myself. But that is irrelevant here, regardless to what personal opinion I might have, and cannot drive my judgement of your work. Your art stands out, and demands some level of respect at the damned least. I wouldn't tolerate people dropping illogical judgment calls on talents like these, just because of your personal life.

To hell with these haters. Let them live in their perfect, fabricated dreamland. Real people live in the real world and deal with real problems like these. It builds character. :D
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Haychel Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Don't worry, by family, I mean some of my relatives, not my parents or anything~~ XD I guess they pretty much need to grow up as well, but I generally accept that they won't haha. I'll just ignore them~
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DemonicAnomaly Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Yeah... I certainly know what you mean. In my case, my own parents could definitely grow up a bit. Keep fighting it out.
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ARWINGx1 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
most of Sweden*
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:iconarwingx1:
ARWINGx1 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Yup, My mom always thinks that anything I'm trying to do on my own will just make it worse, & that people doesn't tolerate mistakes. *pfft*, mah' a**! Just the fact that "bosses" wouldn't tolerate mistakes would make the workers worried, increasing the risk that they would make mistakes.

Besides, if that was true, the most of the Sweden would be unhappy with their lives, & that the politicians didn't do their jobs right.
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DemonicAnomaly Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Well I don't know you or you mom enough to pass any judgment on the issue... But I will say that regardless to what people say, sometimes the only sure way to get something done is to do it yourself.

And yes... I do agree that those in charge being a Nazi about things and putting pressure on people is no way to drive a successful workforce.

You mean Sweden would be like most of the USA is now? (rhetorical question. You don't have to answer it. :/)
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chibiphlosion Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
._. My parents are immigrants from China, so when I was a kid, all they really cared about were my grades. I was scolded for loving art, and was told that it was a waste of time. I was also discouraged from going over to my friends' houses if they weren't Asian 'cause my parents had a warped view of certain races...and well, that kinda screwed up my social abilities 'cause my state's population is like 1% Asian. When I was about 13, they tried to discourage me and asked if I had even gotten anything published. (Uh...how many people can get published at that age?) I said no, and they told me that I wouldn't get anywhere.

My mom changed drastically around senior year of highschool/freshman year of college, and became much more Americanized. I'm still not at the "advanced" level of art, but I was still able to get a couple of commissions on DeviantART and get my t-shirt design for my college's chem/biochem department printed! So ha! :D I like to rub those achievements in my family's face (I'm SO mature, pfffft).

>_< I guess if you can't get acceptance or encouragement from your own flesh and blood...well, whatever. Everyone should be surrounded by people who will encourage them to be the best they can be at the things they like and care about.

...and it also feels good to prove someone wrong and be able to rub it in their faces. *shot*
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Haychel Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ah, my parents are rather okay with what I'm doing, it's my uncle and aunt that treat me like garbage. It is also not only arts, it's just literally anything you can complain about in the house... :/
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chibiphlosion Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:/ Well, that's just unreasonable. Perhaps they have their own insecurities and feel a need to bring someone else down. Don't let that get to you! :shakefist:
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Poemonfanzo Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Student Filmographer
I feel you. Except, it's not exctly like that.

You see, some of my friends and I are in a gifted program.

According to others at my school, Gifted = Genius superhero that can do anything and everything.





FFFFF.
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Wanderer619 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013
ouch, dude
that's gotta suck
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BillyMT Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013
Hey Hay... You know what you can do, how people appreciate it, and how your family's standards can't fit with your own view of productivity.

So you're doing the best thing, filtering out their "noise". After all, noise only distorts what's beautiful and enjoyable, right?
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poketmon Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Sometimes I feel like that with my family ^^; I show them the stuff I draw and I feel like they expect it to be the greatest art piece in the world. I believe my family wants me to draw more realistic, which isn't going to happen, so, I basically just stopped showing them my works. I didn't like their reactions... .-.
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shock1nglucario Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013
I understand how you feel, but from a different subject. When I play violin. I pull by far the best preformance and longest performance I've ever done. My teacher is amazed at how good we were, and so is the audience that actually knows some shit about music. However, assholes that know nothing on the topic insult us and says it sucked. I'm tired, I'm sweating from playing so hard, I played my ass off, and you have the audacity to insult me. Bitch kill yourself. I'm sorry, I shouldn't be ranting here. Anyway, I understand your pain. You're by far the best artist I know on here...and in other places that I won't specify, but I don't understand how they would insult it.
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TheGirlNextDoor523 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013
I've noticed a lot of people complain about this kind of thing...
My friend complains about, because her parent just looks at her piece of art, says "that looks nice," then goes on with their own life.
This also has to do with what artists complain about: others complain to them about the costs of their commissions or such, simply because they don't know what in involves: money for good art programs, art devices, and/or art supplies; the amount of hours one needs to complete the art (did you know that, the bare minimum of money-per-hour needed to survive in our society is eight dollars an hour?); and other such things.
I complain about this kind of thing (usually just to myself), all the time, because, while I actually try to see all the effort that another put into their work, and understand if they're trying to say something when they show me it, no one else tries to do that in turn to me. Even my friend, who complains about her own problems, doesn't realize she doing the same to everyone else, including me.

People don't know how to react, simply because they don't know, so they can't value it. It's not just others to us artists--or us individually--but also us to them, even if we don't realize it.
It's hard to look at the big picture, to understand what is needed to do each unique thing, and everything that is involved. To truly understand one another.

That's impossible.

A person will only begin to understand another if they truly desire to. In which case they will search for the answer themselves, not just assuming that we'll just tell them everything all at once.

It's simply not that simple. like I said, it's impossible with that train of thought.

That's what everyone tells themselves--that it's impossible for another to understand there own pain.
In the end, it's this big... loop. This big... paradox.

It's sort of a mutual thing--you need to help them, but not tell it all on your own, or else they won't understand, and they need to want to, and actually try to see things in the same light by feeling the same pain/needs/etc.

Our only big problem, the thing everyone has challenges with, is how easy it is to express themselves. That is the source of our problem.
We just need to start, and maybe it will cause a domino effect if enough people start to do it together?

If that makes any sense. But I'm just blabbering, as always... U-U
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Haychel Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I understand that for arts, but what I was talking about is not only about arts, it is generally about everything in the house. I mean, they even complain about stuff when no one is refilling water bottles. Be it sometimes not even my fault, but I usually get the blames... :/
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TheGirlNextDoor523 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013
Well, I didn't mean it entirely for art (I think I mentioned that somewhere in there...) but just things in general.
Some people say that teenagers like to push the blame onto someone else, but its not just teenagers, but most people, of all ages, and all occupations. I think its some sort of re-assuring thing that we humans do. :/
*hugs*
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Studio-MutaMoon Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Don't worry! I know how you feel... My parents expect so much at be, but at the same time, think they know I can't do anything and I'm just a stupid worthless lump. I'm not going to go into depth, but one peice of advice is that you should just keep on doing what you love, regardless of what they say! They see you one way, but if you still see yourself as special. Then nothing else matters. Later, if you want to impress them, show them your world that you created through your imagination and effort, then Im sure they'll be proud. :D
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Haychel Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I guess, I keep on studying and work hard on getting a job, but at the same time, I always find some time to do arts~ :3
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Studio-MutaMoon Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Sounds great~ Good luck~ :D
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Hg-rising Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013
Recently I've been working on starting several businesses with some of my colleagues, and currently I run my own, somewhat successful little business right now. When I went home to visit my parents for the holidays, I found that at every turn in the conversation that went to my work or upcoming graduation from university, they always used the phrase "that will help you get a job." Now, I'm really sure they weren't aware on how grating that was to me as someone who really doesn't want to "find a job" but rather "start my own business," but it still really kinda hurt; it made me feel like they thought I was some kind of bum for not entering the corporate word at some entry level desk job, and rather I was off running around doing my own thing. Somehow that was unrespectable?
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Haychel Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh.. Maybe try showing them the potential of it and make them understand?
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GamerKelly101 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Student Artist
That's exactly how it is for me. My friends give me compliments, but I want the compliments from my mom more, but she never seems to give them to me :( EVER
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Queens-of-Chaos Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Student General Artist
Our parents would like my sister and me to do other things, namely writing, because they think we excel at it. But, they support us nonetheless because they also see our emerging artistic talent. We know we're miles away from any hint of professionalism, but that doesn't stop us. We'll keep drawing until we're recognized for it, and I'm glad our parents will be there with positive reinforcement. It's upsetting to know that yours are so strict and ignorant to your amazing artistic ability (I don't mean to offend!). It's probably difficult, but I'm sure you will surpass it. You have many supportive watchers, including my sister and me. Don't let it get you down ! c:
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Haychel Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ah, it's not from my parents, but from my aunty and uncle~ My parents should be fine with it, but it's just my relatives, they think that I'm garbage of doing anything when I took care of 75% of the work... XD
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Queens-of-Chaos Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Student General Artist
Ahh, well it's great that your parents are fine with it c: Sorry for jumping to conclusions....But your relatives still make it hard, no? They'll realize how amazing you are soon enough. Well, hopefully.
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ScarabsCorner Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I know the feeling I mean I'm a free lance artist in my spare time and I can sing also w other talents also, but its like be more responsible blahblah blah just cause I like to hangout upstairs in my room and be on the comp or watch tv or talk on my phone. anyhu I do my best not to let it get to me. Dont let it get to you just do what you love!
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RobertSalgado Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Student Digital Artist
That's exactly what my parents think of me....I think it might be because i'm always on the computer, but yet they don't know what i'm capable of...:XD:
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SpaceSmilodon Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I know how that feels. Besides my dad, nobody really see the work I do on the computer, they just think I sit there and do nothing but play games and surf the net when I do school work, work on contracts and do commissions >_> But you shouldn't let it bug you. What matters is that you do what you want to do c:
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MarianaFM Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013
I know that feeling all too well hehehe But not exactly because of my drawing, but because I'm studying to become a videogame designer. My parents are also a bit narrow minded when it comes to this stuff, so they hardly ever show interest towards the things I do. When they say anything about it it's like: "Is there something usefull to do with this?" or "You could make educational games blah blah". It's frustrating xD
But one thing I learned from this is that people hardly ever value or see things the same way you do, and demanding that they do doesn't get you anywhere.
You have an amazing talent and lot's of people who appreciate it (in dA for example), so don't beat yourself down bacause of this =D
And everytime someone says something bad about your works just take a moment to look at all the amazing drawings you made and be proud of yourself ^^

-sorry for the giant test hehe -
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Haychel Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I guess, thanks~ I should have dished it out a bit clearer as well, it's not only about my arts, but everything I do in general...
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MarianaFM Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013
Well, this may not mean much coming from a stranger, but I think you have plenty of reason to be proud of yourself ^^
And please don't ever give up on drawing, it would be such a waste =D
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Copper-LightSource Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Dude people appreciate you look you have only been on dA for a year and you have TONS of great watchers (we're real people too) and your family is like... Well I don't know there are small families and there are small but yeah just ignore them. Apparently they don't know that half the work force is gonna be working on computers in this generation, and those who are working hard on them are gonna be the ones making money.
My mother convinced me when I was younger that art was useless and I shouldn't concentrate on it, despite I obviously had a talent for it when I was a child and all my art teachers were impressed, because there was no careers with (when really art is everywhere and people can get payed good money so she is, as usual, completely wrong) and it ended up a horrible mistake because there was a four or five year GAP where I did not do any art at all, and when I think about how much I have improved in a single year I get so frustrated about all that lost time and how much I could have improved.
People just don't realize how damaging they can be.
But when I got on deviantart; yeah my family meant nothing anymore. There are so many people who actually KNOW and are EXPERIENCED with this stuff and they're so supportive. I have a question, though, how old are you?
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Haychel Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm 76 this year~ :p

But yeah, some people could be damaging sometimes, but I reckon it is not nice to say that they mean nothing to you~ For me, it is the case because they are my relatives, not my parents. I guess my parents would be a lot more understanding than that~

Just try to make them understand, mmkay? :)
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Copper-LightSource Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Ok I know it says "Grandpa Haychel" on your profile but you DO NOT look that pld in the portrait XD
I was just asking that because once you're 18, you have the choice to move out, although yeah financial issues are a pain.
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Lexnaught Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013
Coming from another Chinese family, let me just tell you to honestly just not listen to them. If the number of people who love your art (ergo us) says ANYTHING, it's that you're talented. The pressure on my side doesn't seem as intense as yours, but that doesn't mean I haven't seen my fair share of it. It sucks, but you have to remember the only thing they see is us being on the computer all day. They don't appreciate your skills in these beautiful works, and I guess that's just their loss.
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Haychel Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's about everything I do as well... Like, if someone didn't do some specific chores, they will blame it on me. Worse, they sometimes push me away from doing something (let's say, lifting something heavy) for a simple reason: I am a University student. I don't know, they just see me as this arrogant person as well when in fact, I did like 75% of the housework lol
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