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TCB last won the day on August 27 2018

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  • Birthday 01/06/1994

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    Sonic(given), Drawing (extensive hobby of mine; hope to get into Multimedia Artistry or Animation), Reading (Often manga, Playing video games(although not as often). Oh yeah..I'm a thinker. It's something I just do; although partly because of my personality is quiet and (somewhat) shy.
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    New York City, NY

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  1. I'm in that frame of mind where I want to draw, but I'm putting down my artistic "skill" while comparing it to others again and being self conscious and therefore reluctant to actually draw again. 

    1. MegasonicZX


      I feel for you man. Even though people always say you shouldn't let the work of other people get to you since they had years of experience, it's hard not to feel like you aren't doing good enough when compared to other works out there.

    2. TCB


      Exactly. It's such a deterrent to your psyche it really affects your motivation and passion.

    3. Kiah


      I understand what you are going through but comparing yourself to others is a guaranteed yet inadvertent way to put yourself down. I know it’s a hard mentality to fight off but it needs to be done.

      If anythjng keep at it and seek ways to improve as there is always something to learn and improve on as an artist or anything else for that matter. That will never happen if you give up which you should never do. I did and a deeply regret it. I don’t want you to do the same. 

    4. DanJ86


      @TCB Don't do that, is the best advice I could give.

      What you really need to do is compare your work with your own. That's the best way to determine if you are getting better. Comparing your work to others is just asking for trouble. It's okay to aspire to it at some point, but you need to take small steps to get there.

      You can't do that if you find a way to put yourself down.

    5. TCB


      I understand where y'all coming from. This been a thing for the past six years on and off. It manifested a lot in the last few months since my 'hiatus' of it this past spring.

      Feels like stagnation on my part. My "skill" just isn't improving at a pace I want. 

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