keep drawing (by studio shelter)
It doesn’t matter what you draw, or how you draw it or how wrong you think you are. You have to keep drawing, because nobody else can draw like you but you. it’s important to keep going.
It’s important to continue to teach yourself, to learn from others, to start out, to fail, to become elated when something works, to become frustrated when something doesn’t.
I say this because at times I forget, and I get lazy, and I feel belittled.
But those things will pass, and at the end of the day, you are happy because you draw, and you draw because you are happy. And that’s the important bit.