Cheaper art supplies are more fun, because you don’t care about wasting it.
Switching from traditional and digital day often is great for skill.
Limited color palette is a thing.
For paintings, lighting makes your art 5000x better.
Draw on loose paper and glue it to sketchbook, if you’re afraid to use it.
Sometimes regress is a progress, and progress is a regress.
Context makes art interesting.
Make ugly drawings just for pactice.
Make specific art only for you, not for showing it off, it’ll help you remember why you like drawing and that you do it for fun.
Set your exact progress goals to know what you want to change about your art.
Have a time with your ocs and stories (or with show that you like) to create stuff related to it and actually make your imagination work aaand to have all feels you have for them all :)
Giving up drawing actually is a waste of chance of your way to be better one day!
If you want to change something about your art, do it, even completely. Don’t care about this talk like “I liked it before” and “it looks fake and like you’re showing off with aesthetics” because you’re supposed to feel good about your art! I discovered once one sentence that changed my way of thinking: “If you ever made a mistake, you don’t have to stay in this mistake” c:
Tumblr RP 2012: He grabbed a carton of milk and drank it.
Tumblr RP 2014+: Slender digits might curve delicately——&& OPAQUE biodegradable material would find a long-lost home snugly ‘neath gangly sticks of bone and sinew. A cow’s utter hath provided CREAMY substance now floating on white clouds of honeydew in said CARTON—— and as butterfly petals part to receive the rich nectar, a feather-like sigh finds it’s way into the Autumn air.