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just found your channel and I'm obsessed! you are a sweetheart! I'm an architect from Uruguay, loved the sketching videos btw. regarding this video, I use bloglovin quite a bit, I follow all my favorite designers there. you should check Jenny mustard and her husband, they are a really cool swedish minimalist couple with some very interesting style. xx
God bless you abundantly. I realize what a genuine and nice person you are, as I keep watching your videos one by one. I spent most of my time at work watching your videos. I work for night shifts. Now am home, lying down with excitement to watch your videos again at 4:30 in the morning. Your videos inspire me so much. Am from India. I always wanted to become a fashion designer since my schooling. But my parents did not encourage me enough as they wanted me to take up a job and earn money. So here I am working in an MNC. Currently I'm living alone paying my rent, food and shelter while saving some money to join a fashion college by next year. Sometimes I get depressed and think that I can never get my fashion designing degree. Somehow I found one of your video on my YouTube recommendations. Am so glad I found you. I feel like joining a fashion college again. Thank you very much for being such a kind person.
(PS: This is the longest comment I've ever made on YouTube 😃)
Dear Justine, I finally created my own channel so I could leave a comment for you. I just wanted to say that I have never before heard anyone speak so intelligently on fashion specifically. The way you use all sorts of resources to learn and then catalogue them in order to disseminate knowledge. That is rare and inspiring. Thank you!
Hi Justine, could you please talk about how and why you've changed a career. pros and cons. Any regrets? Things you wish you have known before entering into this career... etc
P.s Loveeeeee all your videos ❤️
+Big0Grizzly that's 2 different things: a pattern on a fabric (like on PATTERNBANK) is subject to intellectual property, can't be reproduced without paying the artist. Then the pattern of a piece of clothing (which is drawn on paper & serves to cut the fabric) is yours, unless you copied there are good chances that it will be unique and then it is your work, no problem. I hope it is clearer.
It may take a while to empower yourself with the know how to reach David Blaine or Criss Angel standard but you should have a lot of fun along the way. A useful reference for learning card magic is The Royal Road to Card Magic book which is a card magic classic and a valuable tool to learn from.
The beauty of this fascinating hobby is that you can learn it at any age. Whereas starting younger does give you the advantage of usually being able to get the hang of learning new magic moves and sleights relatively quickly, there is nothing wrong with taking up this great pastime even if your 60 or 70 something, heck, the sky is the limit here.
Penn and Teller have contributed a lot to the popularity of card magic with their television specials and will have inspired a lot of people to look into this fascinating hobby. Who knows, if you practice enough, you could even make a decent living as a professional card magician and make money doing what is also an enjoyable and profitable pastime.
Should you choose to become a wedding magician or restaurant magician doing close up magic with cards, this enjoyable pastime can also be a good money earner if you put in enough practice to reach a worthy standard.