- Last post
- 32 Responses
yes yes.. very nice.
i liked a lot.
frankie for mayor!
one step at a time lol
i've conversed with frank a couple years back for only just briefly on IM. good guy. id hire him.
lol @ my 8th account
i'm sure this is about my 10th or so, all my old ones got banned or i lost the password/email to em.
ya know, honestly i never gave dalls much though but maybe i should
i've been trying to find an excuse to go back to houston to work all summer, but pickings are veeeery slim out there
love to see a brotha not bein held down by THE MAN
wait, i still don't have a job yet! lol
nah fuck him
you really done 'over there', jr?
Delgue, bite me! lol
jpolk, yeah. what's up in san diego. i visited for spring break this year and loved it. that place seems so stress free!
don't stay in texas
getting good work is pretty tough...
if you just want to do techy/corporate stuff, it's pretty easy to make a decent living. as you noticed, it's pretty whitebread (pb is constantly like mtv party to go) in a lot of areas, but everybody is pretty chill, regardless.
youo should roll back to yay... but if not, i hear ya, it's kind of getting outta control.
move to san francisco and get in touch with your inner gay
great work, but nav sucks. takes so many clicks to see a sample.
nav does suck
i like texas.
i don't mind white bread, as long as i leave it at work and can go somewhere else on the weekends lol.
i wont be going back to yay.
i also won't be going to san fran.
nav SUCKS. but i'll fix that after CMJ
If you ever want to make it to a decent level you need to get out of texas. You wouldn't stay in Boise if you wanted to me a movie star, right? SF or NY are good for design.
i repeat, i'm not moving to SF and am undecided about NY
i do a lot of work for individual artists from NY and so far it's never required me to be there, except should i ever need to get in someone at a record label's face and scream on them about paying me on time.
thanks for your input, however, i have cause to be in texas. my goals/aspirations are not your own or that of any other designer you work with/for.