I have the opposite problem of a previous question asked where instead of trying everything to improve--I can't bring myself to draw (digitally/traditionally) unless it's for an assignment in college or if I'm bored at work and it's usually because i'm really tired or exhausted or I'm lazy--if there any way to combat that? Maybe I should go outside more? I do want to be a storyboard artist one day and I'm scared I'm not doing enough--I don't have a lot of stuff to show in terms of art.
Oof, Meg here and, oh wow, I can relate to this so hard. That’s exactly how I felt in college, I only ever drew really for classes. I think everyone fights this off in their own way, but for me I started being really vocal to my friends/family/ect that I was going to draw something or work on a project and that like mentally motivated me to do things because now other people were expecting me to do it? That’s obviously not something that can work for everyone haha. I also tried to surround myself with people leagues above me in motivation/work ethic both online and off because they would rub off on me and get me pumped to draw. Also when I was feeling lazy, I’d change into my comfy clothes, cuddle up in a quilt with some coffee/hot choco, put on a movie and then just chill out while I doodled. That made it feel less like work and more relaxing! I know it’s tough, I’m sorry! I wish you the best of luck!