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An Atypical Seven Minutes in Heaven-Reader InsertYou sat with a bunch of your friends, at Sofia’s house, getting ready for the big party at Ivan’s place. Word on the street was that it would have games, karaoke, movies, and almost certainly booze; it was Ivan after all. Because of all of that, you and your girls were ready to go and have some fun.
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“Do my boobs look big in this one?” Sofia asked as she fidgeted with the neckline of her dress.
“Honestly Sofia, your boobs look big in everything.” Natalia, said as she painted Elizabeta’s toenails. The getting ready proceeded until Michelle got a wicked smile on her face.
“So, did all of you hear about the obligatory ‘seven minutes in heaven’ game Ivan’s throwing together?” she asked.
“It’s probably because he can’t get laid.” you giggled, knowing that most were scared to get into a relationship with him, let alone screw him.
“So, who would you want to be your first kiss, Lilli?
Art bloc..... I mean RestrictionWelp, I'm out of ideas on what I should draw besides projects for college.
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Actually, I have ideas of free drawings, but none of them seem right to me. I mean it. And once again, I question what I draw, because I'm too much of a paranoid coward. That, or in the future, if anyone sees my drawings I did in the past, then I will never get a job, or at least my fear says so.
Moving on to the idea that probably will never be posted in public.
Starelle in situations similar to cartoon show episodes where it usually involves the protagonist in their underwear or naked throughout an episode (i.e. Dexter's Laboratory episode: Dimwit Dexter or Streaky Clean, Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends: Partying Is Such Sweet Sorrie, The Fairly Oddparents: Crime Wave, Spongebob Squarepants: Nature Pants or All That Glitters Is Not Gold), but as much as I wanted to express these ideas, I just cannot bring myself to publishing them, especially with these kind of reasons why. WARNING:
When you want to quit art, think about this...I think most of us had it at some point. A moment in which we felt sad about our art. It might have been a full developed artblock, or just a small moment of hopelessness, perhaps questioning our artistic career, asking yourself "Why did I actually start doing this?".
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Over the years, I've had many moments like that. Most of them triggered by another failed drawing, a total lack of inspiration (while I needed to get creative work done --nothing more annoying than that!), or another harsh critique that was just a bit too much to handle, at that particular moment.
I've had many times that I doubted myself. There have been times when I questioned my creativity in general. Times when I was sad about just another harsh critique, or depressed for being turned down by another group or publisher. Times when I got angry and shouted that I wanted to quit art altogether.
But eventually, I never quit.
The point is... no matter how angry or sad I am, it always takes me a while to calm down and