As someone who never found drawing fun, how do I learn to enjoy it?
1:56 AM, Thursday August 13th 2020
I've been working through Drawabox exercises for some time (I've recently posted my work on Lesson 1), and I've recently reread Lesson 0's content on learning to enjoy drawing. Unfortunately, I couldn't really relate to how it said "We enjoyed drawing as kids for fun, because we didn't care about the end result." I was one of those kids who saw they sucked, and quickly gave up on drawing.
So, I was thinking... Is there some other way I can learn to make drawing fun? I may be getting ahead of myself (I'm still learning to accept failure without letting it discourage me), but I'd still like to know. My thinking needs at least one shift, and I'd appreciate advice on making that happen.