You and your elastic face, I do not even know… how about Hussie?
gimem a specific picture yo!
okay fine i
i am the huss
this is how my secret junkblog looks right now
… b e a u t i f u l l l l . . . .
i’m a firm believer that every blog
should have a Hussie conga line
Spades Slick confirmed for absolute worst houseguest. As if the arson earlier wasn’t enough of a tip-off.
I guess I just believe in sticking to your guns as a creator. It doesn’t mean you completely ignore what people have to say or fail to take it under advisement, but pandering and caving into critics for fear of diminished appreciation is the wrong way to go. Staying the course with your vision doesn’t mean you’ll do everything right, but if included in that vision is serious, concerted exploration, you can only benefit as an artist. Adversaries to this cause should be regarded as villains.
There are two ways to do the “obstinate douche bag” thing as an artist.
One is in vehement defense of stagnation. Some artists I’ve encountered do this, and it’s completely indefensible. It’s as low as you can get, creatively speaking.
The other is in vehement defense of exploration. This is just the opposite. This is a posture everyone should strive for, and these artists are the ones people should be most inclined to offer their attention and support.
That’s just how I feel about it, and I come from a zero-BS standpoint on it all. This isn’t a job for me, and I’ll never modify my approach to protect a bottom line. If it was just a job, I guarantee I wouldn’t spend every waking hour doing it. It’s kind of a strange personal mission I’m on, which I happen to make money from, and that’s cool. People are welcome to come along for the ride."Andrew Hussie when asked how he got the confidence to answer critics so assertively.