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I have so many artsssss to look at, a lesser but still large number of feedback messages, and a decent amount of notes which I hope weren't urgent.

Most of the art I've been working on has been for school projects, and I feel that I'm suffering because of that. I'm learning quite a bit in my classes, but I need to work on my own art... it keeps away negative things for me. It is nice to have something to pour hurt feelings, anger, and resentment into. Certain things shouldn't be left to fester.

In school, I've been making ceramic fruits. Some are rotten, some are fresh, some have body parts inside. I'm having a hard time getting the glazes and textures to work and look right.
I'm needle-felting anatomical hearts, trying to finish up a sampler, and doing some dyeing projects that are kind of boring but that will become interesting once I start to make the dyed fabric into things. I'm learning various 3D constructing techniques, and learning that I'm not very good and building things that require careful cutting and measuring. But I'm okay with that. My current 3D project is a wire form that will have a paper skin over it, I like it a lot better than my last project.
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Sagacious Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2014   General Artist
Why can't you pour that into your school art?

You make the best school projects.
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pink-porcupine Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Everyone who has seen my art at school seems to think it is weird and/or creepy, but I censor it so much at school! I try to NOT be disturbing, but it happens. I don't know what would happen if I poured negative feelings into school projects. :P
Which is stupid, because it's not like my classmates would come after me with pitchforks and torches (standard monster-hunting weapons). Lack of self confindence.
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Sagacious Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2014   General Artist
Yep. I'm afraid when I read your sentences I naturally edited them in my head and the answer was quite clear. I'll help you out here and give you your sentence back with a few synonymic replacements and see if you can solve the equation after you have x and y clarified ;) 
"Everyone who has seen my art at school seems to think it is [brilliant], but I censor it so much at school! I try to NOT be [brilliant], but it happens. I don't know what would happen if I poured [my brilliance] into school projects. :P (Lick)"
Don't worry about blinding people :)
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LittleMissNoface Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2013  Student General Artist
I like you.
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ChildrenofOsirisArt Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You are wonderful ♥ 
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vanilla-vanilla Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2013
Welcome home! :heart:
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quietsecrets Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
sounds like you're learning lots of interesting things in very varied mediums!! always put time aside for your personal art even if it's only 5min a day, it makes a big difference : )
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