How to stop feeling stuck when learning/doing art?
3:59 AM, Thursday April 15th 2021
I have been doing art for a while now, and have found perspective my strength. When I was a little while into drawing heads, I had a panic. That panic said: "Oh my god, you have absolutely no idea of the fundamentals!" This became a discouraging thing as I will have to re-learn how to draw heads, even though I was good at it. For a couple of months, I committed myself to perspective drawing but had no defined path, I then found DRAW A BOX. I came to DRAW A BOX with open arms because I was getting overwhelmed with drawing perspective and the artistic process. I am also a student of which has no source of income. I already felt good with perspective though, as I could draw complex objects. Now, I am completely confused and questioning my intentions. I planned my "education" with "when to learn this" and "when to learn that." But that now feels empty, since I want to get good at all of these things before I move onto things I like. I hope someone will answer, as I have been struggling with this problem for a while.