I think we are all very much like this. I have been a pfp-based designer for years. I really do. I feel like I can start the day with a simple design on a blank sheet of paper and use the three levels of self-awareness. While the one level is really easy, the two levels are very easy to fail.
I know, I know… I’m just an idiot. I know I can start with the simple one and work my way up to the level of awareness, but that’s not always what I want to do when I’m looking for projects. If I’m looking for something that requires a bit more work, I think I should start with a simple one and see what I can do with it.
I think matching pfp is a great example of a good start. Im looking for a project to use some of my best drawings and doodles for a project. I want to use some of the same colors and symbols and things that I used in my other projects. I know because I know I can start with simple pfp and work my way up to the level of awareness.
Matching pfp is a great example of creating a start, not a finished product. It’s great to start with something simple and get something that looks good, but if you want something that really works, you need to start there and then work up. The trick is to just start with one simple idea and work up from there.
I know I’m in the minority on this one, but I’m not a fan of mixing pfp with other art styles. It can be very distracting. I think I’m a bit more open-minded than most of my friends here.
The problem with pfp is that it’s mostly just a starting spot, and you have to get beyond that place. Some people say they don’t like it because it’s all just straight lines and boxes and the whole thing is almost like a puzzle. But when you start to think about it, it’s not a puzzle.
I totally agree with you about pfp. There are certainly better ways to start an art piece, but I think it is worth the effort to learn to work on pfp and become comfortable enough with your tools to be able to take it beyond the box, into the canvas.
I think that’s what people always tell me, but I think it’s a little bit of a myth. PFP is not a box, not a “solution.” PFP is not some kind of puzzle; it’s something that can be achieved with practice, some practice, and lots of practice.
I think the biggest problem with matching pfp is that it’s a problem that can be solved with a hammer and nails. It’s easy to solve with a hammer and nails, but there are a lot of problems with pfp that are much more difficult to fix with a hammer and nails. The challenge of solving pfp relies on you figuring out the best way to match the pieces together and the best way to fill in the gaps between the pieces.
Well, you can match the pieces together by using a hammer and nails. This has a very nice result, but when it comes to filling in the gaps with a hammer and nails, there is a much higher chance of getting a wrong match.