Broeckchens artblog. :3
No even when she is smiling her eyes are sad no why no feels why :c
My baby is very scared of her big day. I can relate. óuo
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Mostly sad baby.
*muffled “Bringing Sexy Back” playing in the distance*
that after approximately 18 years of trying to develop a decent skill level in art, I have finally reached a very special milestone.
For most of these 18 years, I would want to draw something and then attempt to draw it. Sometimes that worked out and I was happy, other times it didn’t work out at all and I dropped the motif after a while of trying to produce it without success.
I’ve gotten past this point. When I want to draw something now, I draw it. It might not come out perfectly (I am well aware of the fact that my recent work has mistakes and flaws as well), but it’s there when it wasn’t before, and that is extremely valuable to me.
I’m slowly stopping to doubt if I can produce a particular kind of motif or picture. I might notice during the process that I need to tweak things about it that worked in my head but don’t in a picture, but I do not need to drop it entirely.
I am going to write this down on a card or something to keep it close to me for whenever I feel bad about my art. “I have reached the point where I can draw whatever I want to draw whenever I want to.”
I need to remind myself of this.