Join Date: Jun 2013
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First I like to say. That piece is beyond incredible. He has a shot at doing art professionally. I haven't see you post what part of the industry he wishes to get involved with. If he wishes to get into fine art he will have to find some gallery's that he will have to convince to show his art this means he probably will then have to get an agent.
If he gets into graphic or concept art even as good as he is naturally and self taught, they will want him to continue with some higher schooling just to polish his work so that he will be able to create what the clients what. This means he will not be able to draw what he like's to draw. The industry right now is glutted with artist's that can create art work that is as incredible as the the work your son does. It's a very cut throat industry. I say let him pursue his dream, but he should also complete his schooling. It will help him to gain the discipline and knowledge that he will need to attempt a shot at a career in art.
What would life be if we had no courage to attempt anything?-Vincent Van Gogh
Last edited by Eddieblz; 06-15-2015 at 06:53 PM.