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How has your drawing practice changed over time and why?

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  • #7540
    G3Insider
    G3Insider
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    Just curious-

    How has your drawing practice changed over time and why?

  • #7543

    Anonymous

    I’ve personally gotten more confident and therefore more loose and free… I’ve found that with being more ritualistic about drawing every day, my mastery has improved and as a result, I’m more free to take risks into new territory. So basically, discipline about drawing, whether inspired to draw or not.

    • #7778
      G3Insider
      G3Insider
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      When you say “ritualistic about drawing” do you mean that you’ve just disciplined yourself to sit down and do it- and as a result your mastery has improved?

      • #7784
        BadlyDrawnBoy
        BadlyDrawnBoy
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        Correct. you make it a habit, something you do whether the muse is around or not. do it and the muse will come. 🙂

  • #7809
    MrThomas
    MrThomas
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    Mastery is all about habit, and 10,000 hours practice.

  • #7931
    Olga
    olga
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    in my opinion one get so much right after stop trying to be “mastrly”.
    Sad its impossible to kill motorik memory of drawing to starf from the very begining.

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