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TCB

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TCB last won the day on August 27 2018

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About TCB

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    Tranquilo
  • Birthday 01/06/1994

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  • Interests
    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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    United States
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    New York City, NY

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    5301-0865-0169
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  1. There's so much fanart of Pokemon Sword and Shield that I want join in, but I'm far too insecure about my art skills to draw them and contribute how pathetic. 

    1. Crow the BOOLET

      Crow the BOOLET

      Just do it! Who cares about stuff like skill? Just have fun!

    2. TCB

      TCB

      Ehh...

    3. Kiah

      Kiah

      @Crow the BOOLET is right no matter what your brain is telling you, my friend. Apprehension is understandable but at the same time it is such an inhibitor if we let it win out. Often that leads to regret. Been there still doing that with the whole drawing thing sadly.

      While you can seek to improve your skills with the plethora of advice out there what’s more important is that you’re doing it and having fun as opposed to comparing yourself to others. It’s just an all but guaranteed inadvertent way to put yourself down.

    4. Blacklightning

      Blacklightning

      Just put it out there and you'll get over your fears pretty quickly. Worst that'll happen is you'll get constructive critique, and that's good either way =V

    5. TCB

      TCB

      Well i was talking to someone on twittet about this. I was saying how while I may have a "style", it's at a point where it doesn't stand out. At least how I perceive it. It's too rigid and and not expressive the way I want it to be. Not only that I keep putting up these mental blocks of what "standards" are to fanart or whatever that just shuts down any motivation I have. 

      This person told me to have a plan and try and if you don't like it then at least you actually made an attempt at it. I just don't have confidence to follow through with coming up with one. You can call it laziness (which I honestly wouldn't blame you for thinking that as a valid excuse) or my lack of self esteem and stupid desire for attention because of all that.

    6. Kiah

      Kiah

      Your perception =/= to the perception of others and quite frankly as I’ve told other members here your own personal opinion when it comes to evaluating yourself shouldn’t hold so much weight due to the natural tendency to over-criticize ourselves. 

      You have a level you personally want to get to? Then work towards it. Do research. Ask questions. And most importantly keep trying making adjustments along the way mainly from constructive criticism you may receive from others. And once again don’t compare yourself to others. I can’t stress that enough. Do your own thing.

      I don’t think it’s laziness at all. I know good and well you are far from being lazy. You are letting doubt hold such a grip on you that it’s holding you back and having a trickle effect as far as negativity is concerned. You are going to have to step out of your comfort zone and just do it. Better to try and fail than not try at all which is a worse kind of failure due to you straight up quitting.

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