1st year uni complete!As you may or may not know, I'm a music student studying for a bachelor's of musical arts. We just finished our year end concert, and my goodness, was it an awesome experience! We played the whole The Lord of the Rings symphony for our finale http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IorOng9qUOo&listL9EF64CC6DA4C2EB6 . I can honestly say 1st year has been a great experience, and now summer break is right around the corner now. Maybe now I can finally get a job, haha!1st year uni complete! by josh-5410
While I was goneHey, guys! Hope all you wonderful people are having a nice day. Let me first say you guys have made me feel so welcome here again, so thanks, y'all! :iconapplejackishappyplz: I probably have said it before, but I'll say it one more time: It feels good to be back.While I was gone by josh-5410
Anywhoosies, during my hiatus I started playing around with FL Studio as I did in the summer. As you may or may not know, I am a musician as well. I mean, this is really not much, considering it's just me fooling around and having fun, but it's something, right? Here's the http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K10kDRTQh_w if you're interested. Also, for those who have a good ear, if you know where I got the chord progression for the second section, you literally are a gallon of unfiltered awesomeness.
Alright, so here's a proper bio, assuming anyone would care to read it. heehahue
My name is Josh Sung, I live in the sleepy town of Mission, B.C., Canada, and I'm a music student working for a Bachelor's of music and musical arts. I see myself as more of a musician than an artist, mostly because music is more of a professional path as opposed to art, which has been more of a passionate hobby. So, yeah. I'm a musician who happens to be good at drawing things, I guess you can say.
I am a self-taught artist, and have been drawing for as long as I can remember. I do traditional mostly, though I mess around with digital once in a blue moon. I love doing scenery and architecture because it feels pretty cool to re imagine certain things and give it a sense of realism (or at least, try to), no matter how many technical errors it may be riddled with..