How many times we think we don't have enough time to accomplish something and so we don't do anything, but then as time passes by we realize that we had more time than we thought we have?
Or have you ever thought you don't have much time to finish a project at a certain time but you kept working on it anyway and you were surprised you could do it on time or earlier?
It's nothing but an expectation we've had in mind. Time is almost always unknown when it comes to these things. You don't know for sure when you are going to finish something you started. You don't know for sure when you are going to die. You don't know for sure w
I want to be able to draw whatever I can imagine, and feel, whatever that comes to my mind, that's the dream.
When I draw, a lot of times I find it hard to enjoy it, and that makes me feel sometimes like maybe this isn't what I want.
Now an artist told me once that it might be hard and frustrating sometimes but there's growth in pushing through it, and my sister told me once that there's growth in working on something I don't like, and it almost the same thing that artist said.
I started to think that working on my passion doesn't mean that I'll always enjoy drawing, and not having fun sometimes doesn't mean that this isn't my passion, or
I think for me, being a professional drawer, is not about showing off how good I am at drawing, it's not about showing off, but it goes beyond that, how to draw and learning new skills should be something that happens along the way, but once I get used to draw and drawing becomes easy, then from there it's gonna be more about what I want to draw, and how I want people to feel when they look at my art, and what's my message, cause at that moment I won't be worrying too much about how to draw as much as deliver a good message that people will feel connected too, it's gonna be about turning drawing into a lifestyle, it's almost like it is my lan