So I wanted to talk a little about "artist's block"/artblock, and how I percieve it. This month's been the first in years that I've been unable to draw what I want, when I want to in a long time, and I have run into a sort of "block" in that sense. (albiet more of a physical one than mental)
I don't fully believe in Artblock.
Not in the same way I used to. I wanted to talk a little about what's changed for me and how I think it may be helpful to others, as a change in perception I feel has benefited my progress.
When I was younger, I used to use artblock as an excuse quite a lot. I felt that the points where I could create more easily were my norm, and the times things were harder was when I had been hit by the dreaded "artblock" and I had to wait until it went away on it's own for me to be able to draw again.
Sometimes, I thought, "oh no! how long is this artblock going to last?" as if it wasn't fixable and beyond my control. I'd wait it out, or wait for inspiration to hit, and then d