Or, when fooling around becomes inspiration. This is based on my personal opinion so don’t take it too seriously. I always feel proud of my doodles than my finished work. Time and time again it’s bugged me. Then out of nowhere it hit me, no, IT DROPPED KICKED ME IN THE MEMBRAINZ, I feel better about my work when I’m less critical about it. By critical I mean minding every single detail and thinking about how things could go wrong. This is tricky to explain, but I’ll try:
Critical analysis of one’s work should be done during practice, and not on an actual planned artwork. It interrupts the flow. I practice to make sure things don’t go wrong, so I will feel
confident(EFF’NG INVINCIBLE) when making finished pieces.
Good grief, it took me this long to figure out why I’m not happy with my art. Not to mention learning to be less hateful opens the treasure chest of inspiration. No, really. I just figured out how to get more inspired :U
I have a lot more to learn. Like this nifty new technique I used in this piece. I like this cartoon-friendly(?) painted-style look.