Bobertking's avatar
Good thing that you're still making games, dude. I think the more art you do the more likely you'll be able to finish more pieces. I've been told by actual good artist friends who are better than me that when you're starting out, quantity is better than quality. I definitely know that feeling of not getting around to finishing something you start on, I've got a gigantic pile of crap to draw through. Good luck with your studies!
BizarreSheep's avatar
Well I'm able to do a lot of linework, but I'm finding coloring is becoming a pain in the butt, and so I'm sorta doing monochromatic lazy drawings.

I think it's just a temporary mental block. Likely instilled by a lack of responsibility, and once I'm back at school I'm sure I'll want to art again. Timetables are being worked out so I got this week off.

I don't think I'll ever stop making games though. Currently I'm at a bit of a loss because I'm getting sort of tired of RPGmaker's bullcrap, and I'm learning Unity at school with C-sharp, which means eventually I will have to make the transition, which is good but also a bit scary since I've been in the RPG Maker comfort-zone for many years now-- moving up will be a challenge, but it's one I'm going to and am determined meet.

I just gotta Persevere, thankfully that's something I am very good at.
Bobertking's avatar
Yeah colouring is a pain in the ass, I barely colour but that's mostly cause I just focus on producing a large quantity of pictures instead of focusing on colouring just one.
BizarreSheep's avatar
Well I just made two nicely colored pieces so I guess I still got it, whew!

It's so much easier to justify doing art when homework is a thing.