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Finally! After a year of searching, I finally have a job again.

Last year in July, WisPACT had no further work for me in terms of scanning, renaming, and sorting their client files into their database. The work was of no trouble to me at all; just simply sit around and let the work come to me. However, the job turned out to be too for me. It was expected to be done in two to three years, but I got the project done in over one year. There was no additional work for me of that type, so I had to leave.

So I scourged around, seeing what jobs were available. I wanted something of the “cashier” position, just for some customer service. Sadly, I have no such experience, and I wasn’t sure of any other positions that would suit me best. I applied to Woodman’s as a cashier at first, then I tried again as a bagger. The latter job was the job I got, but it will suit me fine once I get used to it.

It was a lot tougher than I had originally anticipated; sorting the groceries, and making sure that they do not become damaged, all at breakneck pace had caught me quite off guard—including a strained back. However, the pay rate for the weekend to fit into the college schedule should be worth the while. I hope that I get the hang of it eventually, maybe gain enough seniority to get a better position and hours too. But it will be a start for now.
  • Mood: Euphoric
  • Listening to: Star Wars Radio Drama


Andrew R. Alberts
Artist | Student | Traditional Art
United States
I am an inexperienced artist in drawing. I know there are rules in art about perspective, color, shading, and lighting. But I need help in how to hold the pencil correctly, how to move it, just that. But I am exceeding good in Photoshop, with some photomanipulation and I am just getting started in 3D Maya.

Current Residence: Sun Prairie, WI
Favourite genre of music: Movie Music
Favourite style of art: 3D, Cels, Photography
Operating System: Windows 7, XP
MP3 player of choice: IPod
Favourite cartoon character: Ariel, Mrs. Brisby, Toa Vakama
Personal Quote: "What good is something if you can't find a good use for it?"

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Regrettably, I don’t really spend a lot of time drawing, and I sometimes suffer writer’s block. I have so many good ideas that I want to share with others, but to bring them forth is another thing. Even if the commissions are at a low price, I could buy 2-10 commissions in finding the right people who would be interested.

To my friends whom I have paid, you don’t have to give me anything. As a matter of fact, I’d rather be paying *you* for the commissions. To everybody else, any points you can give me would be appreciated. This is my first point donation request, so I am very nervous at this point.

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Lipizzaner-Kgirl Featured By Owner 20 hours ago  Student General Artist
Thanks for the favorite! It means a lot. :)
Drew47AT Featured By Owner 20 hours ago  Student Traditional Artist
You’re welcome. ;)
DrewTiptonArt Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2015  Student Filmographer
thanks for the favorite :D
Drew47AT Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
You’re welcome. Ironically, I had to use charcoal in my first drawings when I took drawing fundamentals in art class.
DrewTiptonArt Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2015  Student Filmographer
hey that's cool, ya charcoal's a great medium
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Thanks for the cake badge.
Drew47AT Featured By Owner Edited Sep 8, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
You’re welcome! Glad to hear! :)
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