I find that the most exciting part of drawing for me is when I start a sketch and begin to see what I want taking form. Past that things slow down rapidly and I tend to lose interest. Sometimes I work on fine-tuning a sketch spread out over several days for about 10 minutes through 1 hour a session. What seems to take place during all these sessions is a sort of annoying amount of tweaking and perfecting. I'm really interested in animation, and I know professionals would never be allowed (or could afford) to spend countless hours on getting a sketch "perfect" before they moved on. I guess what makes it somewhat draining is that I'm never willing to compromise artistic vision when it comes to getting things right. I was thinking about it, but perhaps I should *always* finish a sketch in one session and move on?
any suggestions or tips on line clean up would be really helpful!