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My Secret, Forbidden Art Collection, Never Before Seen By Mortal Eyes

In a far away city known as Rochester, New York, many, many, moons ago, there was an artist named, Andy. Even before Andy touched a pencil, sparks would fly from his finger tips. The pencil would suddenly rise, as if it had a life of it’s own. As the pencil touched the paper, the lead would magically drip, in the form of amazing art.

 

Women dressed in red suit.
Women dressed in red suit.

 

With a devilish grin, Andy would create realistic figure art, with a twist of comic book style. Andy was good, and he knew it.

 

The Art Studios Worshipped Andy

Every art studio that Andy walked into, he was greeted with standing ovations. These ovations weren’t in the physical form.

 

Women with wild hair I drew in studio.
Women with wild hair I drew in studio.

 

The artists that were present, would clap and cheer in their mind, as they looked with smug grins.

 

They didn’t want to swallow their pride, but deep down they all knew that Andy, was freakishly good.

 

Black and white drawing of nude model with sword.
Black and white drawing of nude model with sword.

 

Models both nude and clothed, would beg Andy to draw them, as they kneeled before his feet. And all would ask, with desperate hope, that Andy would let them keep his finished masterpieces.

 

Andy Was Famous

No matter where Andy went, everybody knew him. Andy was always greeted with MVP status, with a red carpet rolled out, as he entered every art studio.

 

Nude model drawn in black, white and grey.
Nude model drawn in black, white and grey.

 

Immediately, upon entering the Rochester Art Supply, the clerk would follow him around, while fanning him. In no way were they about to let Andy, get hot and sweaty while shopping for art supplies. Andy was to be comfortable at all times, no matter what the circumstances were.

 

Black and white drawing of portrait model with wild hair.
Black and white drawing of portrait model with wild hair.

 

I’ve even seen staff stop waiting on customers, just to take care of Andy first. Customers that had waited for over 30 minutes, had to wait until Andy was taken care of, or kicked out of the store.

 

Artists Pleaded With Andy To Pose For Them

Andy was a handsome fella, with the body of a Greek god. His muscles rippled as they stretched the limits of his shirt, ready to burst out.

 

His washboard abs were hard, and sharp enough to shred cheese. Every pose he performed, showed his biceps Mount Everest Peaks.

 

Never before, had the art world seen such a perfect specimen of a man.

 

Andy Made A Lot Of Great Friends Along The Way

During his long art Journeys, Andy met a lot of great people.

 

The first amazing artist he met was a phenomenal sculptor known as Olivia Kim. Olivia Kim invited Andy to her studio, where she told him all about the incredible art studios in the Hungerford Building.

 

Model drawn with arms extended.
Model drawn with arms extended.

 

Within this historic building are the largest, and most gifted collection of artists the world has ever seen.

 

There’s the artist known as Suzie, that not only has a heart as big as gold, her portraits look as if they’re going to jump of the canvas.

 

Then there’s Brian, who paints pictures that look like they are actually alive.

 

And let’s not forget, the sweet woman who works at Cat Clay, under a CEO known as Becket.

 

You’re The First Mortals To Ever See Andy’s Secret Forbidding Art Collection

If I told you what I had to go through, to get Andy to show us this insane art, you wouldn’t believe me.

 

Amazing model I drew in studio.
Amazing model I drew in studio.

 

Andy can be stubborn at times when it comes to his art. Andy has always taken every masterpiece he’s created, very seriously.

 

He never forgot where he started from, over 6 years ago.

 

Black and white drawing of portrait model with concerned look on her face.
Black and white drawing of portrait model with concerned look on her face.

 

His skills were rusty, and he needed tons of practice. Every night after work, he’d practice from models in a book, until he learned the proper proportions.

 

Then he’d go to the art studio, and practice drawing models, both nude and clothed.

 

blonde with gun.
blonde with gun.

 

One particular night, reality hit Andy extremely hard. No mater how hard he tried to draw the model, he just couldn’t do it. It’s as if his hands just froze up.

 

Andy then realized that it was time to get serious. He decided that it was time to either become a professional, or put the pencils down, never to draw again.

 

Japanese woman with sword.
Japanese woman with sword.

 

Fortunately, Andy decided to follow the first choice, and went on an art journey that would never be forgotten.

 

Andy Always Had Art Flowing Through His Veins

Being an artist was a dream, that Andy had ever since he was a boy. Andy would spend hours alone in his room after school, drawing whatever came to mind.

 

girl laying on stomach with green hair.
girl laying on stomach with green hair.

 

Over time, Andy showed great promise to become a skilled artist. An art school even called one time, after Andy was named artist of the month.

 

Sadly, Andy grew up without having too much, and couldn’t go away to art school, and live happily ever after.

 

All It Took Was A Cheap Art Kit To Reignite Andy’s Inner Art Child

One Saturday afternoon, Andy’s younger sister was about to throw a small art kit into the trash. She asked him if he wanted it, and at first he was very hesitant.

 

Black and white drawing of portrait model with angry look.
Black and white drawing of portrait model with angry look.

 

After a few minutes of thought, Andy decided to keep the kit, feeling that it might be fun just to scribble on.

 

Things started very slowly for Andy, when first reentering the art world. He was no longer in school, and he had no idea about where to practice.

 

To keep things simple, he would draw simple, everyday objects, during lunch at work. As he got better, his interest began to peak, and he soon moved onto drawing portraits of his coworkers.

 

Black and white drawing of side view of portrait model.
Black and white drawing of side view of portrait model.

 

Then, boredom started to set in. Andy needed some greater challenges, to start improving again.

 

He needed a place that provided an atmosphere to learn new skills, and improve upon current ones.

 

Once Andy Discovered The Art Studios, He Was On Fire, Hotter Than Molting Lava

As soon as Andy walked into the studio, he knew it was the place he needed to be. Everybody in the studio took their art work very serious, and were incredible in their own way.

 

Andy saw artwork he never knew even existed. Some artists worked with charcoal. Others painted with watercolors. With many being addicted to old-fashioned oil paints.

 

He was surrounded by a group of people who loved, promoted, and encouraged art.

 

The Incredible Art Journey Taught Andy A Lot Of Valuable Lessons

These incredible artists inspired him to continually push himself to become better. He learned to never give up, no matter how tough it got.

 

As he got better, he strived to conquer harder projects, and to try new things.

 

Black and white drawing of older portrait model.
Black and white drawing of older portrait model.

 

He realized that the better he got, the more he struggled, because he was growing as a person, and learning to tackle harder obstacles.

 

All these difficult struggles taught him that whatever you want in life, you have to work for it, because anything worth achieving, won’t come easy.

 

Now Go Find And Achieve Your Own Inner Journey

Hopefully you’ll find your inner journey whether it’s art, or something else, and conquer your life goals that you dreamed about as a kid.

 

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