Hey- a small reminder that everyone, even the most praised artists (where I certainly don’t fit), has to start somewhere!!
If your drawings looks weird, off, inferior, or just not right in your eyes, remember: keep on going!!
Don’t let yourself be dragged down by other’s comments, draw for yourself and keep improving until you get to the point where your art is nice to yourself!!! And maybe even after that, don’t stop polishing it!!!
My art isn’t perfect, or the highest quality, but I can proudly say I’ve improved a lot since I started with ponies, and I’m sure you’re great at whatever you’re doing atm!!
You’re amazing and talented, I love you, never give up ♡
@thecityhorse I was bored in class so I doodled your ponies!
So you already know I LOVE Gadget, but I can’t deal with the fact that you now have TWO adorable little grey floofs and that Finnegan is Gadget’s son. My heart can’t handle the cuteness
How do you motivate a pony with r+ if they have grass and don't really care about food anymore?
Idk what your situation is specifically but my horses are both on pasture and have 24/7 access to a round bale, and they still come in for training.
I mean like piece of advice #1 is, take them out of their grassy area and put them in a place where there is no grass, and train there. #2 Find a higher value food reward, like sweet feed.
But most of all, horses that are trained with positive reinforcement usually find the training itself super reinforcing, and it becomes less about the food (tho that doesn’t mean you can leave the food out altogether) and more about the fun of figuring out a puzzle.