.. And that's why you should keep trying when you think your art isn't good enough. Practice, practice, practice.. and watch it all become better.
The little paperchilds are the only few pieces of 'art' I have left from elementary time, because my parents one day threw all my drawings away. I was quite devastated, and I still feel some pain about it because I can't compare my old works to what I draw by now, except in one piece- fav.me/d4ul5jz
I've begun to stop drawing on that piece of paper that often because I'm afraid to 'screw up' or draw in a way that is 'not good enough' in comparison how I draw right now. But I guess, that this holidays, I will just nicely add 'christmas 2013' to it. Heehee.
And to some people that have lately pointed out something specific about me in relation to my art;
Making me realize it caused me to smile and accept it even more easily than you guys pointed out. ; w ; You sweeties. I'll smile even more than I usually do when I say I screwed up. 'Kay? So you guys best do the same!
Whelp. I might sound a bit upset-ish. It's actually because of this piece. It really revolves around some memories, but when I was overthinking if I was going to explain it all, I got rather dizzy. Again and again. So I'm just leaving it be.
keep practicing. Your art is all wonderful and y'all got so much space for improvement that just isn't visible yet, but if you try and try it will -- I'm sure of it. So don't give up on drawing, writing, everthing!
Looking back on past works can be embarassing, but also really a lot of fun..