✪ Beating Art Blocks requires patience! ✪ For most of the time, you'll be frustrated and desperate to do anything, but don't worry. Art Block does pass no matter what you do! It's your choice if you wanna cooperate.
Here's a list of suggestions for personal reference and for you:
Dive deep in each.
-Draw fanart of a favorite show
-Switch subjects, for example: if you mostly draw people, then switch to environments
-Fill out a deviant art meme! Those are always fun.
-Draw observationally (real life model) if you mainly draw from your mind, or viceversa
-Draw seriously (pinpoint a weak spot in your art and study up on it, like proportions or light study)
-Draw ideas you wrote down, but never got to
-Draw your original characters, maybe there was one that needs some love. Go look through that old pile you got there!
-Think like an animator, be observant on perspective-how things end up behind each other in respect to the eye
-Try actual animation
: had an idea that kept running around your head? get started on it frame-by-frame
Just wait to see how it turns out!
-Change your media. for example, I usually draw in pencil, but sometimes I prefer pen doodling. What about paint?!
-Instead of arting, try writing. If you just can't
draw at all, sit down and write a story
. (doodle on the side if you like
-Turn up/change the music you listen to, or just turn it off completely.
-Change where you art, for example, sometimes outside would be a nicer place to doodle
-Collect a "creative reference folder" where you save things you really liked, and would like to make an idea out of it, you could look at it later!
Sometimes art blocks just mean you need a vacation from drawing, take a break that involves no drawing at all.
Remember, art is boundless! It is the vessel for which you can create anything out of your mind and have it visual for others to explore.
Fight through that art block, you'll recover soon!
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