The urge to rage quit is unreal - Mon Oct 29, 2018 3:52 pm
I keep failing getting the skin colours right and in the right places BUT its the VERY last thing I need to do!!!
I honestly don't know how I haven't destroyed it yet.
Re: The urge to rage quit is unreal - Thu Nov 01, 2018 1:21 am
Have you tried just taking a break for a bit and work on something else?
Sometimes, by doing that, the next time you work on, you get it right on the first go.
It's what I tend to do all the time with my work. If I get stuck, I just put it aside and work on something else. Then I turn around and go back to work on it after a while and voila it goes really quickly then...
"I'd been responsible for a lot of shenanigans in my life,
but this was the first time I'd ever actually rendered an entire room speechless."
- Adrian Ivashkov
(Silver Shadows - a Bloodlines novel by Richelle Mead)
Re: The urge to rage quit is unreal - Tue Nov 06, 2018 4:15 pm
I didn't destroy my work. I took a 3 hour break and then returned to it.
And then I went to make a cup of tea while the final layer of inks dried. I returned. There was a line through my artwork. A ladybug had decided to walk through the wet ink and leave a trail.
Re: The urge to rage quit is unreal - Fri Nov 16, 2018 12:20 pm
Re: The urge to rage quit is unreal - Fri Nov 16, 2018 1:15 pm
『 Batsy Says. . .』
Art is all about the challenges and how you overcome them.
I have had many times I wanted to quit.
But when I see the progress in my art or even accomplishing a tiny task, I am very fulfilled.
Art does not make me happy all the time[especially when I do studies] But when I do get something right
it is very fulfilling.
Skin is very hard. It just takes a few tries to get it right.
Re: The urge to rage quit is unreal - Sun Dec 09, 2018 8:31 am
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