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Sara Vecchi
Illustrator/author, foodie, traveler, wife, and . member since 2018. Seeking representation. She/her
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Amy O'Hanlon Sep 16
HEY ALL!!! The illustrious (see what I did there?) is doing a FREE 6 part lecture about value and lighting in illustration on Sunday, 20th of September at 1PM EST. Join us!!
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kidlitart Sep 14
This week on we discuss Spinning Plates: How to make time for all our creative pursuits while simultaneously adulting. Thursday @ 9pm Eastern. Hosted by and .
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Sara Vecchi Sep 14
I signed up for this course! Looking forward to starting it. It would be great to “know” someone in class! 😁
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Charlene Chua | HUG? (9/20 KidsCan) Sep 9
HUG? has been out for a week! I haven’t had time to make anything fun for it yet, so... how about a print ? To enter - - Follow & RT before Sep 16! - Open to US & Can More on HUG? -
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Sara Vecchi Sep 10
My son had me look up today how many billionaires are in the world. It was over 2,000! I had not idea that many people had over a billion dollars. My guess is a good number of them wouldn’t get recognized on the street. In their hometown or certain circles, maybe.
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Sara Vecchi Sep 10
Replying to @RubinPingk
Worst nightmare would be getting cancelled for whatever reason and having people go crazy with death threats and such. I would hate to feel like my family wasn’t safe. Also, someone stealing an idea of mine and making money off of it when I didn’t would make me angry.
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Sara Vecchi Sep 10
Replying to @RubinPingk
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Sara Vecchi Sep 10
Replying to @RubinPingk
My ideal, fulfilling art career would be makinga popular GN and touring around doing cons to promote and sell it and sign stuff and meet fans and also making more projects on the side. And doing work that justifies me traveling the world for tax-deductible research.
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Sara Vecchi Sep 10
By Jove I think she’s got it! 🧐 lol. Seriously though, I think being comfortable enough to play and feel ok with everything not being perfect is a huge part of accepting you are a real illustrator/writer/artist even if things didn’t turn out exactly like you imagined.
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Sara Vecchi Sep 10
Oh, I change my answer. Doing a job you don’t like because it “gives you exposure” is a wrong reason to make art. 😆
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Sara Vecchi Sep 10
Replying to @RubinPingk
I don’t know that there are right reasons or wrong reasons. Even doing something “just for the money” may be necessary to some people sometimes. But I feel like if you can’t feel good about a project for some reason, it’s not one you should be doing.
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Sara Vecchi Sep 10
Replying to @SarahLuAnn @RubinPingk
That’s such an interesting observation. Looking back for me, I’m not sure which came first. I was drawing from an early age, but began reading around the same time and was a voracious reader all the way through high school.
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Sara Vecchi Sep 10
Replying to @RubinPingk
Some of these other answers have reminded me how much I loved doing print making with that buttersoft material that was easy to cut. I think that’s something I would love to get into again someday.
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Sara Vecchi Sep 10
It’s not like lino. Just scratch it off with an exacto blade.
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Sara Vecchi Sep 10
Replying to @33Cait88
Oh, I love scratch board.
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Sara Vecchi Sep 10
Me too, ! That is me for sure.
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Sara Vecchi Sep 10
I practiced drawing Garfield’s head all the time as a kid! I got decently good.
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Sara Vecchi Sep 10
Replying to @RubinPingk
A2: People. People, people. And cats. And that was about it! That eventually morphed into cat-people in my early teen years. 😆 Alt: Twilight. 😬
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Sara Vecchi Sep 10
Replying to @kirkreedstrom
Are the scribbles part of the cover design? That’s really interesting. Lol.
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Sara Vecchi Sep 10
Replying to @RubinPingk
A1: I love when what I’m drawing just makes me smile. Something funny that I can’t wait to show someone. I also love playing with new media! Alt: Least joy is probably when I’m grinding something super detailed out and I’m just over it.
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