True, sometimes an artist wants to draw something they feel needs to be let out, other times they just want to draw crazy things. I'm like that, in both ways.
But with people taking advantage of things for money, these days, both sides are becoming less appealing.
Some people draw truly stupid things and call it art when they didn't even put some work to it. This gives a bad rep to artists who draw things for fun, but really do put some work into it.
And those who draw things with meaning, like about politics, society, or the world today steal a lot of attention and can get more cash for the image, which to me is the equivalent of selling yourself out by being in a tv commercial to get attention as an artist/actor/writer/etc. This gives a bad rep to artists who truly do pour their emotions and thoughts into a meaningful piece of art.
The world today is just plain upside down.
Wait... What were we talking about?