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No.4213867 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Post your redraws!
Heres mine, not finished, but Ill update you
2 year difference
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No.4212270 ViewReplyOriginalReport
what is this style of coloring called? did you make any drawings with this style? i think it looks very nice
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No.3982136 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
You'll never get better at art focusing on bait.
So do you part, ignore and hide their post.
Pick up your pencil/pen/whatever and contribute.
And don't forget to have fun and draw whatever you like, don't let others hold you back. Also drink water.
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No.4213117 ViewReplyOriginalReport
what are some ways of not feeling lonely/isolated when you have to do all your work from home? what do you do bros?
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No.4186615 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
In honor of No Nut November.
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No.4213774 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Is there any reason to continue being an artist? All I ever feel is fucking misery.
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IF YOU ARE A /BEG/INNER IN ART, please use this thread to post pieces for critique or ask for advice. We should not have to make new threads or post in the /draw/thread with our fundamental exercises.

Feel free to post even the smallest exercise you have done to show you are still trying, or you literally are never going to make it

previous >>4205447

READ THE STICKY if you need guidance.

Sticky: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uwaXKU7ev6Tw_or__o8ARpUb6r2rCZYJGqwSFV9AD98/edit#bookmark=id.15jx3pyuimvj

RESIZE YOUR IMAGES - try ~1000px, <1.1mb

thoughtful critique betters both parties. help each other and try not to get assblasted.
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If I "like art" and constantly think about what I want to draw, why do I fucking hate art so much?
I procrastinate even on tiny projects more than I did my fucking schoolwork. Last night I decided I was going to do the basic animation practice of doing a bouncing ball. I spent 20 minutes fucking around with Krita to get a brush setting I liked, then proceeded to spend FIVE HOURS watching nature documentaries. I stopped at 3 AM. I got so far into my procrastination that I deluded myself into thinking I was going to start a new project, a fantastical web of life, because I grew fascinated how everything evolved to become so dependent and connected with everything else.

I'm a hard worker, I have work in a few hours and have proven myself our most dedicated and hardworking employee consistently. But the second it comes to drawing, I regress back to my highschool days of "I'll do it at this time, I'll do it after dinner, I can't do it now, I'm too tired, I'll do it after work tomorrow, I can't do it now, I'm tired from work, I'll do it at this time after I've relaxed"

To be honest I'm not even sure why I'm making this thread. I've seen all the videos, and the only thing anyone ever says is "just start, do something small and just start, it's a billion times easier to start with a line on a page than a blank one" I guess it's in an attempt to see if anyone has anything new to add this time
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The TWELVE TRAITS of the Avoidant Artist

1. We grew up in an atmosphere of emotional invalidation, which resulted in ambivalence
about our artistic expression.

2. In any given twenty-four hour period we find ways, consciously or unconsciously, to
avoid doing that which gives us the most joy -- expressing our creativity.

3. We have withdrawn from our art by investing ourselves in lifestyles, relationships and
work activities incompatible with our artistic purpose. Our creative energy has often
been diverted into destructive compulsions toward alcohol, food, sex, money, drugs,
gambling and preoccupation with the past.

4. We have made needless sacrifices for our art and yet are afraid to make the necessary
sacrifices. We are unable to balance the significant areas of our lives -- Physical,
Financial, Social, Love, Family, Spiritual and Creative.

5. Self-defeating thoughts and societal myths turn in our heads: It’s too late -- I’m too
old -- I’m not ready -- I am not enough -- Art is not practical -- Artists are neurotic --
You’ll starve. We have accepted these as true when, in fact, they are not.

6. We have felt intimidated by other artists’ success. Jealousy, envy, fear, self-pity,
perfectionism, resentment and other character defects block our creative expression.
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Books like this one

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Does anyone know books like this one? prefereably, one that doesn't involve viewfinders or handcraft in general. I use my left-side brain more than my right-side brain. So it's more difficult for me to learn to draw
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