>>98018673>Okay, show the example of an artist who never drew or painted anything in his life but was still considered a genius painter.
And why would I do That? I'm not talking about someone like that, I'm talking about someone who is already an artist. Why can't you grasp This?>And you still misunderstood what I said.
No, I follow you perfectly. My disagreeing doesn't mean I don't understand.>All that studying and learning stems from your yearning to draw more and become better. If you don't have the fortitude and willingness to draw, then you will never study for it either.
I agree.>A shitty artist who draws everyday is still more of an artist than an artist that does not draw anything at all. First is a shitty artist, latter is not an artist at all. Therefore the working ethic is the single most important aspect of "success" as an artist because THE OTHER ASPECTS CANNOT EXIST WITHOUT IT.
I disagree, because it doesn't make a good wrist, which is what this is all about. The ethic makes on an artist, the study makes one a good artist. Maybe you'll read what I said for once, going on the fourth time here. Go look up Kodyboy555 and tell me if the work ethic he has has improved his work