Wanting to Quit Drawing?

Then here’s a good read for you ^^

Alright, I’m going to write something offensive and humorous yet inspirational for noobs and losers like me.

If you don’t get what I’m saying, just read it:

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Alright, I know that most of you, cripple-handed artists, envy almost all of the (CG) Computer Generated artworks, “almost”, and everytime you try to draw looks like a pile of maggots and cow feces. All of your faces be like Emo Kids crying over their dead body because you can’t draw. Please, cripple-handed artists, if all of you are placed in a group, it would totally form an Emo Concert.

Try to be Confident just for once, not to your precious master piece, but to your ugly artwork. All of your ugly maggot drawings is a progress, we all have progress. Because every mistakes we make, teaches us something new. Try looking at your old retarded artwork and relate it to your recent artwork, if you can’t see the difference, you are blind to yourself.

Have you ever tried looking at your favorite artist’s old artwork? Yes, it’s different than the recent ones. Say this “it’s because it took him years and years to draw like that” EXACTLY!

“even thought they started at a young age, It’s never to late”
-me

It’s not a piece of cake where you magically learn to draw flawlessly. It’s how you experience and survive many years without giving up on drawing.

“learn to inspire yourself”
-me again

So, take a PAPER and DRAW lots of WEIRD things… Or try drawing a circle potato, realistic potato, cartoon potato, ninja tomato and anything with an irregular shaped vegetable like potato… (buy NIKE shoes “Just do it”)

Aaaand… No I’m not a Professional or an Intermediate level artist… Im just normal…

When it comes to learning, take your time.

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Quotes in Comments:

“It takes a lot of patience and persistence to attain your goal of being better.”
-Pola Curitana

“sometimes people tend not to learn because pro’s always use soft words that wouldn’t help on the newbies(count me in)”
-Nolzkie Boquil

” One must find a way for that frustration to become a stepping stone”
-keith bryan padillia salas

“Time spent to learn how to draw, it can be useless or useful. It only depends to the artist, to make it better.”
-kent aldrich kho

“Drawing is not a gift, it is a skill, we all have the skill. We just need to make it, and show it that we have it!”
-kent adlrich kho’s friend

” for one to gain his confidence,you have to atleast acknwldge your own artwrk/hardwrk.”
-Michelle Ann Pagilao

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