5 Ways Not To Practice Drawing
Establish Goals, Find Artistic Flaws & Avoid Procrastination
There’s many ways to learn how to draw comics. Drawing as much as you possibly can is by far one of the best. This is otherwise known as practicing your craft, and we all know how important it is.
10,000 hours is the amount of time required to reach mastery statistically, however one must consider that there’s many other factors and variables at play – mostly concerning the artist themselves.
So the question is how do you practice? What’s the best way to learn?
Because how you practice drawing comics can impact your learning curve significantly. Aimlessly drawing without a goal in mind as to what you’re specifically striving to master will yield little result. Not being humble enough to see the flaws in your work to begin with will blind you to the areas for improvement that’d most impact the quality of your work. Laziness and procrastination will hinder your productivity and the speed at which you progress in your artistic abilities.
So how can we avoid these obstacles when it comes to practicing comic book art? What can we do to speed up the process?
That’s what I’ll be covering in this video as we bring to light five ways to not practice comic art. Because by knowing what not to do, you’ll be able to better navigate throughout the learning experience every successful comic artist must venture through. You’ll reach your goals faster, and you’ll know exactly what to focus on in order to meet them.
By the end of this videos you’ll know what habits will be most beneficial for you to take on board as an aspiring comic book artist, and what habits to leave out.
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