Right now I'm in my lazy, vacation mood, slurping tea and still asking me one question whenever I check my DA feeds:
How the hell can you produce one masterpiece after another in such short times?
How can you draw or paint that fast that you still manage to produce great artworks?
Usually I wouldn't claim that a fast artist is a good artist. But I can't restist comparing myself to others and it's kinda confusing, amazing and frustrating at the same time to realize that other artists can create more and better pictures in only a few days while I already need a phase to put a freaking piece of paper in my hand, sacrifice a good portion of time to create an artwork that mostly sucks in the end (even though I tried hard).
Then I think it must be some kind of education. Maybe the artists producing fast AND well have studied art in colleges or universities, thus have also learned to work fast. Is that so? In my case, as you can tell, I never had the opportunity to visit a college or an university.
If it just was for self pity I would't post this journal. But I keep asking me this over and over again and maybe YOU can give me a good, reasonable answer. In that case: Thank you in advance!
Now, back to my vacation which will hopefully bring SOME creative stuff. After all, I have more time now.