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    Ever have a bad drawing day?

    Damn it! I hate when I have these types of days. I mean, just last week I was drawing perfectly. Now, for the past week, I suck! ANd it just won't go away. I'll start drawing something, but then I'll do something that will make the sketch all screwed up. And like any artist, you become all pissed off cuz you can't get a certain angle right, or you can't get it proportionate enough. But like they say, Life is rough all over.

    Dach Bleddyn A.D.

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    Re: Ever have a bad drawing day?

    Originally posted by DachBleddyn
    Damn it! I hate when I have these types of days. I mean, just last week I was drawing perfectly. Now, for the past week, I suck! ANd it just won't go away. I'll start drawing something, but then I'll do something that will make the sketch all screwed up. And like any artist, you become all pissed off cuz you can't get a certain angle right, or you can't get it proportionate enough. But like they say, Life is rough all over.

    Dach Bleddyn A.D.

    Ahh I have those days...of course... i usually don't have a week(or day) where i've been drawing perfectly

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    dude, i'm the king of slumps. i have found that when things are going OK in life, the slumps aren't quite as vicious.

    keep pumping at it. having slumps is part of the challenge associated w/drawing.

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    I -just- got out of a two week slump, I hated it, don't worry. What I did, which is pretty weird is: I took reference pictures of myself with a digicam, sat down and just drew them, positions n' stuff. It worked pretty well to get me out of a slump. :3 The other thing I did was put myself in an art trade with someone, so I had to draw! Maybe you could try that?

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