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    Unhappy Lack of Motivation for Paper

    Man, am I struggling to write the last paragraph of my paper. I'm about to graduate and all I want to do is draw. That's it. It's great for my art classes, but not so great for my more academic class. The sad thing is that I am one paragraph away from meeting the requirement for the paper. But I just have no steam... >_<

    I guess my question is if anyone else has been in the same position? I'm handing the paper in on Thursday, I have all day tomorrow to add a paragraph and finalize the essay.

    But I just want to draw.

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    Its a paragraph. The faster you get it done the faster you can draw. Buckle down and do it

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    Thanks for the response. I emailed myself several sources, which I'm sure will have quotes to beef my essay up and get it to the eight page requirement.

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    "Once you've got a task to do, it's better to do it than to live with the fear of it." -The Blade Itself by Joe Abercrombie

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    And then God said, "Let us make man in our likeness and our image. Let us make him ridiculously hard to draw so that poor artists everywhere will have to spend 10,000+ hours failing repeatedly before they can begin to capture the form and likeness onto a two-dimensional surface." And there was man. And it was good. And artists everywhere lost their minds.
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    Took the advice in the thread. Grabbed some applicable sources material, and quoted my way to the page requirement. (I responded to the quotes so it wasn't only quotes.)

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    Next time get a mate to kick you up the backside.

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    Hopefully, its the last art history paper I'll have to write...
    And its not that the information isn't interesting -- it is -- there is just no reward for writing the paper. At least for me. I understand that one simply 'has to' write the paper.

    Eh, I guess it's more of what I make of it than anything else.

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