You know how you stop drawing for a couple of months then suddenly pick up your tablet pen and you become all gung-ho about the whole thing but you suddenly get an artist's block? Do you? Because that is what's happening to me right noWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH
Oh me, oh my. I really do need to practice more, but as soon as I do I get frustrated because the thing
is not looking like it's supposed to (at least what I want it to). Maybe I just need to separate myself from this for a bit? Just stay as faaaaaar away from drawing as I possibly can then come back and hope for a miracle.
No, that's a bad idea.
Anywhooo, I know I haven't written anything in a while (I'm starting to think I have this thing where I only post once a year) BUT I have legitimate excuses... not really... maybe...
Here's what I think:
1) I got super stressed out because it was my first year back in University after three years of not attending
2) I wasn't doing what I wanted to so I had to change majors which stressed me out even more
3) This is going to be a long list by the way
4) I took a drawing class which also freaked me out because I haven't practiced in so long that I couldn't even draw an artistic potato
5) I took this other class with an auditorium full of students which brought my anxiety levels through the roof!
6) My mood goes uppidity up-up then comes crashing down like a flaming meteor headed for the earth's core; meaning I had no motivation to do anything.
7) I don't drink enough water.
With all this in mind, I had to step away from this blog because I was juggling too many emotions at once. In retrospect, it was probably not the best way to do things because I could've written out all my problems which could've been very therapeutic. Besides, the fact that I left this blog to collect dust stressed me out too.
I ended up doing really well in my classes aOH MY DEAR SWEET POTATO PIE I JUST GOT AN IDEA FOR A DRAWING
Picture this: cats in chain mail.
Superb! I'll get on that. Until next time!