There's something that caught my attention a while ago by harmonic:
Let's rewind for a bit. We spent years learning art, honing them to an industry standard level, and we don't deserve at least $20 for it? Art is like learning 5 languages at once, we spend years learning how to line, shade, color, anatomy and whatsoever, and not gaining the so called, mainstream skills that most people have. I want to do art for games and be a game maker for a living, not doing art for the living! There's a major difference!
What do I mean by this? I'll elaborate:
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