A lot of illustrators suffer from the “grass is always greener” syndrome. We spend more time appreciating the work of others, and less time appreciating our own work. This is a common issue among most creatives. Why even bother writing a story or painting a picture when I can think of dozens of people who would do it better? My answer to that is simple, and something I only recently (and finally) accepted with my own work: just like our handwriting, no one can create exactly like we can. Our inherent individuality—coupled with years of training and growth—is what buoys our creative lives.
ace:*intently watching the dressrosa drama from above with corazon, stuffing popcorn in his face*
sabo:*stops burgess from attacking luffy*
ace:*chokes on popcorn* *slaps cora hard on the back* *swallows the popcorn* DID YOU SEE THAT THAT WAS SOME NEXT LEVEL SHIT RIGHT THER E OH GOD THIS IS SOME GOOD SHIT I AM SO HERE FOR THIS WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIV-no wait ANYWAY GO SABO FU C K YES BIG BROTHER POWER BITCH