This saying/quote involves my art and to life.
Example, the “Iguana” I drew it was very challenging. I took countless breaks and deep breaths. When I was drawing or coloring, at times my arm felt like jello.
I needed to relax and draw with less weight on the paper.
Challenging yourself like this is good. It was very frustrating and hard in the moments of making the “Iguana” Yes drawing comes natural in a way, but the more detail the difficulty goes up.
Imagine if the only things I created made me react with some challenge.
I got tense and had to take multiple breaks and many deep breaths. Think about it sitting here for countless hours making art gets tiring. Your body is still in one position for hours. Soreness starts to occur. I get up and stretch sometimes.
Then go back to the drawing, you have to push yourself self or the drawing will just sit there and never get done.
The only one that will finish the drawing is me. If I do nothing, the drawing will be still.
So in the end, I can never give up or I would have quit art a long time ago, I feel like giving up all the time. But in the moment is when you can push yourself and become a greater person than who you were before.
Keep doing this and greatness will come your way. If you give up, except what you expect, but don’t be surprised what you’re handed with.
I would have no art being produced. That would make me sad. I could never imagine a world without art and the thrill it gives to my life.
Drawing is the same as life, in my analogy. I can create whatever I want. Everything is art.
So if you understand what i’m trying to say, what have you came up with?