Like many other artists, I started at it at a very young age not knowing much besides it just appealed to me. But as the years went by, and I noticed that I began to fit all the stereotypes of being an artist, I began to feel duped.
Hell, I'm moody, aloof, sensitive. I go to coffee shops real early smellin’ of cigarettes and covered with splatters of paint and ink stains, or you can catch me walking streets at night pining over a lost love, saying deep quotes in a shallow conversation.
Myself as an artist is typical, but, yet, the art is still as addicting as anything else. I’ll finish with a quote I saw on the bus: "I believe in myself slowly...it takes all the strength I got."