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Good evening.
Today I have tried to do a practice drawing of Father Satan and Lilith.
(Had to reduce quality of photo so it can upload to forum.)

I just have to say that I have only practiced for a few months but I only practiced portraits for 3 to 4 times in total. This is my first try of doing a larger face portrait and I have never tried shading before.
I had to do something for my daily practice so I decided to try and sketch Satan and Lilith together on one page. 🙂

I keep telling myself that I did good, considering it is my first attempt at such a large portrait, but deep inside me I feel like I could have done better. This is that curse that has been following me on my journey with my art since I started to draw. Every time I finish with my practice, it's always that "you could have done better" that follows.
I have tried ignoring me and instead tell myself afterwards that I did really good but it didn't really work well.
That is why I have decided to practice in private with no outer influence as I can't really take criticism. I believe that to be my mistake because now I was left alone with my thoughts.
For some reason I didn't want to upload this here as I felt ashamed of how it turned out but I thought this is something They would have wanted people to see.

Anyway, I don't want to rant too much, I have created this thread as I will keep on updating it with my drawings. Digital drawings will also be here but at the moment it is easier for me to practice traditional as I grew up with it.

I was always drawn to art, since kid, I used to draw portraits and random backgrounds all over the house. They all enjoyed it, but then the time came when we had to repaint the walls and all of it was gone. But I did it all again 😄
Later in my life I have stopped drawing and only started recently few months back when I decided art is something I want to pursue in future and make a living from it. That is all what also says in my natal chart about me loving art and being more on artistic side. Heck, it even says that I will make a living from art (I have decided to pursue art before I read that in my chart). I still cannot read it but it is clear enough me and art are destined for each other.
The only thing I will have to improve on is myself and finally start to appreciate my art as it is. Also from now on I will start to take any criticism, good or bad and take it to heart.
I will keep on improving and updating this thread and after a while I will switch to digital paintings.
 
You did good indeed!:)

Nobody would be able to draw ultra realistically or something very beautiful for their first time, but neither on the 100th.
 
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Good evening.
Today I have tried to do a practice drawing of Father Satan and Lilith.
(Had to reduce quality of photo so it can upload to forum.)

I just have to say that I have only practiced for a few months but I only practiced portraits for 3 to 4 times in total. This is my first try of doing a larger face portrait and I have never tried shading before.
I had to do something for my daily practice so I decided to try and sketch Satan and Lilith together on one page. 🙂

I keep telling myself that I did good, considering it is my first attempt at such a large portrait, but deep inside me I feel like I could have done better. This is that curse that has been following me on my journey with my art since I started to draw. Every time I finish with my practice, it's always that "you could have done better" that follows.
I have tried ignoring me and instead tell myself afterwards that I did really good but it didn't really work well.
That is why I have decided to practice in private with no outer influence as I can't really take criticism. I believe that to be my mistake because now I was left alone with my thoughts.
For some reason I didn't want to upload this here as I felt ashamed of how it turned out but I thought this is something They would have wanted people to see.

Anyway, I don't want to rant too much, I have created this thread as I will keep on updating it with my drawings. Digital drawings will also be here but at the moment it is easier for me to practice traditional as I grew up with it.

I was always drawn to art, since kid, I used to draw portraits and random backgrounds all over the house. They all enjoyed it, but then the time came when we had to repaint the walls and all of it was gone. But I did it all again 😄
Later in my life I have stopped drawing and only started recently few months back when I decided art is something I want to pursue in future and make a living from it. That is all what also says in my natal chart about me loving art and being more on artistic side. Heck, it even says that I will make a living from art (I have decided to pursue art before I read that in my chart). I still cannot read it but it is clear enough me and art are destined for each other.
The only thing I will have to improve on is myself and finally start to appreciate my art as it is. Also from now on I will start to take any criticism, good or bad and take it to heart.
I will keep on improving and updating this thread and after a while I will switch to digital paintings.
Very good job!
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Good evening.
Today I have tried to do a practice drawing of Father Satan and Lilith.
(Had to reduce quality of photo so it can upload to forum.)

I just have to say that I have only practiced for a few months but I only practiced portraits for 3 to 4 times in total. This is my first try of doing a larger face portrait and I have never tried shading before.
I had to do something for my daily practice so I decided to try and sketch Satan and Lilith together on one page. 🙂

I keep telling myself that I did good, considering it is my first attempt at such a large portrait, but deep inside me I feel like I could have done better. This is that curse that has been following me on my journey with my art since I started to draw. Every time I finish with my practice, it's always that "you could have done better" that follows.
I have tried ignoring me and instead tell myself afterwards that I did really good but it didn't really work well.
That is why I have decided to practice in private with no outer influence as I can't really take criticism. I believe that to be my mistake because now I was left alone with my thoughts.
For some reason I didn't want to upload this here as I felt ashamed of how it turned out but I thought this is something They would have wanted people to see.

Anyway, I don't want to rant too much, I have created this thread as I will keep on updating it with my drawings. Digital drawings will also be here but at the moment it is easier for me to practice traditional as I grew up with it.

I was always drawn to art, since kid, I used to draw portraits and random backgrounds all over the house. They all enjoyed it, but then the time came when we had to repaint the walls and all of it was gone. But I did it all again 😄
Later in my life I have stopped drawing and only started recently few months back when I decided art is something I want to pursue in future and make a living from it. That is all what also says in my natal chart about me loving art and being more on artistic side. Heck, it even says that I will make a living from art (I have decided to pursue art before I read that in my chart). I still cannot read it but it is clear enough me and art are destined for each other.
The only thing I will have to improve on is myself and finally start to appreciate my art as it is. Also from now on I will start to take any criticism, good or bad and take it to heart.
I will keep on improving and updating this thread and after a while I will switch to digital paintings.
Very good job! I am not good at shading and usually only am able to draw, paint, etc if I enjoy what I'm creating. You are skilled keep it up!
 
I like it a lot, this is already looking very good, your talent is self evident. Please keep it up.
 
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Good evening.
Today I have tried to do a practice drawing of Father Satan and Lilith.
(Had to reduce quality of photo so it can upload to forum.)

I just have to say that I have only practiced for a few months but I only practiced portraits for 3 to 4 times in total. This is my first try of doing a larger face portrait and I have never tried shading before.
I had to do something for my daily practice so I decided to try and sketch Satan and Lilith together on one page. 🙂

I keep telling myself that I did good, considering it is my first attempt at such a large portrait, but deep inside me I feel like I could have done better. This is that curse that has been following me on my journey with my art since I started to draw. Every time I finish with my practice, it's always that "you could have done better" that follows.
I have tried ignoring me and instead tell myself afterwards that I did really good but it didn't really work well.
That is why I have decided to practice in private with no outer influence as I can't really take criticism. I believe that to be my mistake because now I was left alone with my thoughts.
For some reason I didn't want to upload this here as I felt ashamed of how it turned out but I thought this is something They would have wanted people to see.

Anyway, I don't want to rant too much, I have created this thread as I will keep on updating it with my drawings. Digital drawings will also be here but at the moment it is easier for me to practice traditional as I grew up with it.

I was always drawn to art, since kid, I used to draw portraits and random backgrounds all over the house. They all enjoyed it, but then the time came when we had to repaint the walls and all of it was gone. But I did it all again 😄
Later in my life I have stopped drawing and only started recently few months back when I decided art is something I want to pursue in future and make a living from it. That is all what also says in my natal chart about me loving art and being more on artistic side. Heck, it even says that I will make a living from art (I have decided to pursue art before I read that in my chart). I still cannot read it but it is clear enough me and art are destined for each other.
The only thing I will have to improve on is myself and finally start to appreciate my art as it is. Also from now on I will start to take any criticism, good or bad and take it to heart.
I will keep on improving and updating this thread and after a while I will switch to digital paintings.

I think your drawing looks great. I wish you continued success in art. Have a nice day.
 
I really appreciate all the kind comments.
For some reason I felt disappointed again about it, thought it was not worth showing but the comments clearly proved me wrong and gave me more positivity and confidence in myself.

I don't know why did I decide to practice in private and avoid criticism, it was a mistake.
 
Your proportions are impressive for a novice, especially after only having practiced portraits about 4 times. I commend your courage to have overcome your difficulties regarding the reception of critique, in particular. This is a hurdle for many people in the beginning.

We have two voices in our mind when we create a work of art; one that applauds us for the effort we expended into creating our work, and one that reinforms us of our mistakes and where we were weak, in order to strive toward greater levels of expertise and precision. The latter is not evil, but it may sound like it at first, for many artists. The reason is because to many artists, it may sound like a part of yourself that only exists to discourage you, but it's actually there for you to analyze what could have been improved upon. Even at advanced levels, this voice exists; it's the "perfectionist" in us, at that point.

Also from now on I will start to take any criticism, good or bad and take it to heart.
Take critique into account, not into your heart. The heart can be fragile with expressive mediums, especially early on, as art is to reveal the contents of our mind and soul, as well as the concepts and emotions we connect with on a deep level. Critique, or advice, is merely suggestive information conveyed to provide awareness regarding the recipient's mistakes in their creations, in order to assist them in their growth. But they can choose to incorporate such advice into their own art toward varying degrees, or even combine it with other things they learned from somewhere else entirely. Essentially, advice is never absolute, just a guideline, and should not entirely rule your decisions.

Some people who you might receive advice from, might not particularly convey their points in the most helpful, eloquent and proficient manner, for example. This is when taking advice to heart will kill you and your desire to draw. Instead, it may be of benefit to you to detach any potential emotional connection to your art, and analyze the critique in an objective manner, in order to solely extract information from the points addressed. This is simply one method of dealing with these forms of advice.

Anyway, you did good in this particular drawing, Ardgion. I'd be more than eager to see your drawings in the future. If you face any difficulties, you can mention in which specific areas you struggled, and what other elements may have caused you frustration, or confusion.
 
I really appreciate all the kind comments.
For some reason I felt disappointed again about it, thought it was not worth showing but the comments clearly proved me wrong and gave me more positivity and confidence in myself.

I don't know why did I decide to practice in private and avoid criticism, it was a mistake.
I think it's quite natural to feel this way sometimes. As humans, we also need to be appreciated without criticism. Please don't blame yourself.
 
Tüm nazik yorumları gerçekten takdir ediyorum.
Bazı nedenlerden dolayı yine hayal kırıklığına uğradım, göstermeye değmeyeceğini düşündüm ama yorumlar açıkça yanıldığımı kanıtladı ve bana daha fazla pozitiflik ve kendime güven verdi.

Neden özel olarak pratik yapıp eleştirilerden kaçınmaya karar verdim bilmiyorum, bu bir hataydı.
Kendi ülkemin forumunda eski bir çizimimi paylaşıyorum. Normalde bu tür konularda çekingen davranırım, sizden cesaret aldım.
 
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Good evening.
Today I have tried to do a practice drawing of Father Satan and Lilith.
(Had to reduce quality of photo so it can upload to forum.)

I just have to say that I have only practiced for a few months but I only practiced portraits for 3 to 4 times in total. This is my first try of doing a larger face portrait and I have never tried shading before.
I had to do something for my daily practice so I decided to try and sketch Satan and Lilith together on one page. 🙂

I keep telling myself that I did good, considering it is my first attempt at such a large portrait, but deep inside me I feel like I could have done better. This is that curse that has been following me on my journey with my art since I started to draw. Every time I finish with my practice, it's always that "you could have done better" that follows.
I have tried ignoring me and instead tell myself afterwards that I did really good but it didn't really work well.
That is why I have decided to practice in private with no outer influence as I can't really take criticism. I believe that to be my mistake because now I was left alone with my thoughts.
For some reason I didn't want to upload this here as I felt ashamed of how it turned out but I thought this is something They would have wanted people to see.

Anyway, I don't want to rant too much, I have created this thread as I will keep on updating it with my drawings. Digital drawings will also be here but at the moment it is easier for me to practice traditional as I grew up with it.

I was always drawn to art, since kid, I used to draw portraits and random backgrounds all over the house. They all enjoyed it, but then the time came when we had to repaint the walls and all of it was gone. But I did it all again 😄
Later in my life I have stopped drawing and only started recently few months back when I decided art is something I want to pursue in future and make a living from it. That is all what also says in my natal chart about me loving art and being more on artistic side. Heck, it even says that I will make a living from art (I have decided to pursue art before I read that in my chart). I still cannot read it but it is clear enough me and art are destined for each other.
The only thing I will have to improve on is myself and finally start to appreciate my art as it is. Also from now on I will start to take any criticism, good or bad and take it to heart.
I will keep on improving and updating this thread and after a while I will switch to digital paintings.

Now I shared an old drawing of mine in my own country's forum. Normally I am very shy about these matters, I was courage from you.
 
Your proportions are impressive for a novice, especially after only having practiced portraits about 4 times. I commend your courage to have overcome your difficulties regarding the reception of critique, in particular. This is a hurdle for many people in the beginning.

We have two voices in our mind when we create a work of art; one that applauds us for the effort we expended into creating our work, and one that reinforms us of our mistakes and where we were weak, in order to strive toward greater levels of expertise and precision. The latter is not evil, but it may sound like it at first, for many artists. The reason is because to many artists, it may sound like a part of yourself that only exists to discourage you, but it's actually there for you to analyze what could have been improved upon. Even at advanced levels, this voice exists; it's the "perfectionist" in us, at that point.


Take critique into account, not into your heart. The heart can be fragile with expressive mediums, especially early on, as art is to reveal the contents of our mind and soul, as well as the concepts and emotions we connect with on a deep level. Critique, or advice, is merely suggestive information conveyed to provide awareness regarding the recipient's mistakes in their creations, in order to assist them in their growth. But they can choose to incorporate such advice into their own art toward varying degrees, or even combine it with other things they learned from somewhere else entirely. Essentially, advice is never absolute, just a guideline, and should not entirely rule your decisions.

Some people who you might receive advice from, might not particularly convey their points in the most helpful, eloquent and proficient manner, for example. This is when taking advice to heart will kill you and your desire to draw. Instead, it may be of benefit to you to detach any potential emotional connection to your art, and analyze the critique in an objective manner, in order to solely extract information from the points addressed. This is simply one method of dealing with these forms of advice.

Anyway, you did good in this particular drawing, Ardgion. I'd be more than eager to see your drawings in the future. If you face any difficulties, you can mention in which specific areas you struggled, and what other elements may have caused you frustration, or confusion.
Thank you for this. I don't know why, but I really started hating the idea that I have only picked on art now, and not in my younger days. I keep thinking of where I could already be if I started practicing at younger age, but that is how it usually goes for everything. Maybe it is something that is present in my chart, where it shows that the later part of my life will be more fruitful. Don't know.
I have seen many artists where they are their own biggest obstacle in their career. It is like they don't appreciate their art enough. Similar is happening with me.
I have only taken art seriously a few months back but my practices have still been on and off, never actually had a constant practice for more than 2 weeks till now recently where I started doing a 80 day challenge where I draw one page per day for 80 days straight. I read somewhere that it takes about 100 days of doing it daily to make something into a habit.
I will keep posting my art here related to our Gods, even practices or just quick sketches and anything I am happy or not happy with because I need to change my way of finally appreciating my art.
Thank you!
 
So I tried quickly another portrait of Father Satan taken from reference from this post: https://ancient-forums.com/index.ph...ul-uncensored-ai-tool-to-make-graphics.93136/

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Well, considering I came back from a 12 hour shift, I'd say it turned out decent. I had to sketch something because I have to make it into a habit.
One thing that bothers me is when I practice things individually, like arms, legs, torsos, they turn out pretty nice, but when I combine it together it turns out very bad.
Similar now with portrait, it's not bad but looking at my most recent practices with eyes and such( 2nd image, being fresh, just 2 or 3 days old) I have no idea what happened now.
Ehh, maybe I'm just tired, but ohh excuses, excuses.
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So I tried quickly another portrait of Father Satan taken from reference from this post: https://ancient-forums.com/index.ph...ul-uncensored-ai-tool-to-make-graphics.93136/

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Well, considering I came back from a 12 hour shift, I'd say it turned out decent. I had to sketch something because I have to make it into a habit.
One thing that bothers me is when I practice things individually, like arms, legs, torsos, they turn out pretty nice, but when I combine it together it turns out very bad.
Similar now with portrait, it's not bad but looking at my most recent practices with eyes and such( 2nd image, being fresh, just 2 or 3 days old) I have no idea what happened now.
Ehh, maybe I'm just tired, but ohh excuses, excuses.
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Seriously awesome, Eyes, lips and nose are very good.

I think it's great that you can draw so beautifully after 12 hours of work.
Sometimes I get stumped when I have to draw something after working for 4 hours.
 
So I tried quickly another portrait of Father Satan taken from reference from this post: https://ancient-forums.com/index.ph...ul-uncensored-ai-tool-to-make-graphics.93136/

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Well, considering I came back from a 12 hour shift, I'd say it turned out decent. I had to sketch something because I have to make it into a habit.
One thing that bothers me is when I practice things individually, like arms, legs, torsos, they turn out pretty nice, but when I combine it together it turns out very bad.
Similar now with portrait, it's not bad but looking at my most recent practices with eyes and such( 2nd image, being fresh, just 2 or 3 days old) I have no idea what happened now.
Ehh, maybe I'm just tired, but ohh excuses, excuses.
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The most difficult thing for me is proportioning the body. I couldn't find a solution.
 
The most difficult thing for me is proportioning the body. I couldn't find a solution.
I have managed to get decent at proportions by practicing gesture drawings. Look them up online. It is a form of capturing the movement of the body, while not really focusing on details or anything, just a loose sketch so to speak.
 
I have only taken art seriously a few months back but my practices have still been on and off, never actually had a constant practice for more than 2 weeks till now recently where I started doing a 80 day challenge where I draw one page per day for 80 days straight. I read somewhere that it takes about 100 days of doing it daily to make something into a habit.
For regular people, not us. I do Nauthiz x10 after every Hatha and Kundalini yoga session for discipline, and I wish I had started doing so when I was at your stage. Being able to establish a foundational form of discipline from the very beginning, is paramount to consistency and rapid progression.

Work on your upper chakras and pineal gland to increase insight and intuition, in order to strengthen the creative and largely feminine aspects of the soul that fuel art. This will also help you in being able to observe and absorb more information from your artistic research, and from references. Throat chakra helps in expressing emotions, and in the context of art helps provide your drawings that sense of serenity and atmosphere from the emotions you wish to convey in them.

Invoke water for creativity. Fire for drive. Earth for more discipline and structure. Air for intellect and effectiveness of study. Quintessence to balance the energies.

Consult and vibrate the names of Demons who possess a strong association with Water, Venus, and who are known to be experts at creative subjects. You can also consult your GD, who knows your natal setup in and out, and would be more than willing to support your endeavors as you are astrologically inclined towards art, anyway.

And remember that nothing is instant, not even with the edge we have over normal artists. But as long as you do all the things right, and you do them consistently, all it takes afterwards is just time. Apart from all the aforementioned, one simply has to follow the same kind of practice and research as normal artists, like in my thread (that I haven't updated in a long time but am getting back to soon!).
 
For regular people, not us. I do Nauthiz x10 after every Hatha and Kundalini yoga session for discipline, and I wish I had started doing so when I was at your stage. Being able to establish a foundational form of discipline from the very beginning, is paramount to consistency and rapid progression.

Work on your upper chakras and pineal gland to increase insight and intuition, in order to strengthen the creative and largely feminine aspects of the soul that fuel art. This will also help you in being able to observe and absorb more information from your artistic research, and from references. Throat chakra helps in expressing emotions, and in the context of art helps provide your drawings that sense of serenity and atmosphere from the emotions you wish to convey in them.

Invoke water for creativity. Fire for drive. Earth for more discipline and structure. Air for intellect and effectiveness of study. Quintessence to balance the energies.

Consult and vibrate the names of Demons who possess a strong association with Water, Venus, and who are known to be experts at creative subjects. You can also consult your GD, who knows your natal setup in and out, and would be more than willing to support your endeavors as you are astrologically inclined towards art, anyway.

And remember that nothing is instant, not even with the edge we have over normal artists. But as long as you do all the things right, and you do them consistently, all it takes afterwards is just time. Apart from all the aforementioned, one simply has to follow the same kind of practice and research as normal artists, like in my thread (that I haven't updated in a long time but am getting back to soon!).
Yes, I will have to incorporate more spiritual work in regards of this. I am still doing very basic things each day such as KY/HY, AoP and just opening smaller chakras and astral senses.

As for the elements, I don't want to invoke any as I am still very unbalanced in that area.
I tried Aether to balance it out but didn't felt that different yet so I will still need to work on basic things like foundation meditation, trance and void. I have a been very lazy potato last few years but I finally restarted with my daily meditations and so far it has been going great.

And as for Demons or GD, my astral senses aren't open yet so that will have to wait. I know they can send answers through various signs or posts but I am still not that wary of my souroundings.

Ooooh I cannot wait till you update your thread! It has soooo much useful tips, even though I already understand most of it but I always forget to put it to practice.😬
 
at the moment i'm a bit tired and i'm about to go to sleep so in the future i'll be able to tell you more, but in the meantime i wanted to tell you this

these drawings are actually impressive and your skills can certainly be seen, even more surprising is the fact that they are about "first attempts"

i totally understand your being hard on yourself, believe me, but you really should be kinder to yourself
maybe you'll get there with time, also consider spiritual workings for this
don't even get too carried away in your haste in progress

as for a quick tip, once you have practiced distinct body parts (step 1), try to put them together following a diagram to help the proportions and overall harmony (step 2), this will make everything much simpler, i was taught this in art school

last possibly useful advice
when i post pictures here i use https://postimages.org (without resizing the images or anything like that) and copy-paste the "direct link to forum", try it!

maybe in the future i'll be able to tell you more, in the meantime, continue with your art and posting here! 😃😃😃😃
 
at the moment i'm a bit tired and i'm about to go to sleep so in the future i'll be able to tell you more, but in the meantime i wanted to tell you this

these drawings are actually impressive and your skills can certainly be seen, even more surprising is the fact that they are about "first attempts"

i totally understand your being hard on yourself, believe me, but you really should be kinder to yourself
maybe you'll get there with time, also consider spiritual workings for this
don't even get too carried away in your haste in progress

as for a quick tip, once you have practiced distinct body parts (step 1), try to put them together following a diagram to help the proportions and overall harmony (step 2), this will make everything much simpler, i was taught this in art school

last possibly useful advice
when i post pictures here i use https://postimages.org (without resizing the images or anything like that) and copy-paste the "direct link to forum", try it!

maybe in the future i'll be able to tell you more, in the meantime, continue with your art and posting here! 😃😃😃😃
I don't really understand where does all this own hate about my art come from. I am not trying to be a perfectionist from the beginning and I want to take all the time necessary to develop these skills.
Even after I look at other's art that are complete beginners and then look at my own art, for some reason I always "see" that I draw worse than them. Maybe it's the way I draw and the way I apply the technique, dunno.
But maybe that's the case, where I always compare myself to others. Every time I see others art, I have to analyse it, how they draw, how they apply certain things, what they want to say with the piece etc.
That is also why I cut off all the medias for artists but we know how that went, I already explained.
I don't know what am I doing wrong on this journey, it feels like I'm just stuck on this loophole.

To answer the other thing, yes, I do practice full pieces after some time taken training on individual parts, it's a form for me where I don't get stuck on one thing and always keep it fresh with new challenges.

I never went to art school and the only time I studied art was in elementary school where art was mandatory subject for a couple of years. Wish I could continued from there on but oh well, me whining again about it...
It's another thing that literally glued to me like a parasite.
"Why I never actually decided to go to art school?"
"Why didn't I start with this at younger age?"
Why this, why that...
Throughout all these years of my life I never asked myself these questions, only now until few months back when I decided to pursue art.
And since then it just won't f****** leave me alone
(apologies again for the small rant ).
 
when we develop an emotional bond towards something, as in this case for you, art
it can become an obsession and we are not able to see the picture as a whole and think clearly
this also explains why you didn't have all these thoughts and feelings before you actually applied yourself to it

we also know that "comparison is the thief of joy"
it's easy to end up appreciating other people's work more than ours in these cases, especially if you have a notable attention to details etc as you say, but as you can see this is just a reflection of your own beauty, which in this case you fail to enhance towards yourself
embrace and focus on your own path which is different to that of others
maybe take inspiration, let it motivate you, enjoy the beauty, but don't compare your art to that of others
why even make comparisons?
it's a waste of your uniqueness

lastly, listen to these tips, trust me

don't obsess and don't think about a thousand things at once (i'm sure you know what i mean)
it's not a race, don't rush
proceed slowly, one thing at a time
learn to stay calm and to focus
otherwise you end up ruining a very beautiful route and neglect many other important things!
even if you care a lot about it, remember that it's a part of life, not your whole life
distance yourself for a bit when you see it becoming toxic, do other things and just forget about it

enjoy the process 😃😃😃😃
 
I took art school back in my days! My grandmother was an artist and she loved to draw pictures and write poetry and my mom she was somebody who loved to paint and do arts and crafts! So I grew up with a couple of artists in my family! And I enjoy and love writing poetry! Painting and doing sketch work! And I enjoy looking at other people's artwork too learning new tricks and new ideas and I enjoy the pleasures of taking classes still at my age! I enjoy looking at the work of other people and it motivates me to continue on!❤
 

Al Jilwah: Chapter IV

"It is my desire that all my followers unite in a bond of unity, lest those who are without prevail against them." - Satan

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