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How to get Inspired

Sat Oct 4, 2014, 7:00 AM
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Have you ever had one of those times when you really feel like drawing but had no idea what to draw? Or have you ever had an artblock you've desperately wanted to get rid of? Art is super fun, but it sucks when you just can't draw when you really want to. Here are a few of mine and a few other artists' tips to get inspired, and hopefully it'll help you! :love:

Okay let's start!



1. Make an OC


OCs, or original characters, are a great source of inspiration. If you have none, make one! It's super fun to design your own character, especially since it's original so you can go crazy with it! Think up a personality for your OC, as well as their hobbies and interests, and even a back story, so that they seem real. Whenever you're out of ideas to draw, you can draw your OC. If your OC is well-developed, you might even develop a loving for them and long to draw them all the time :meow:.

2. Make Adoptables


Adoptables are OCs that you sell. Because you're not going to keep them, you don't have to over think which design you'd like the best or be happy to keep for a long time. Just get some bases and go crazy with the designs. You might even make some points from it.

Here are some of my favourite bases: 
Canine: here and here;
Feline: here and here;
Dragon: 
            Western: here and here;
            Eastern: here and here;
            Anthro: here;
Human: here and here;
Find more bases here. Make sure to read the rules of the lineart before using it!

3. Sketch Things

 
Things? Things. Anything. Sketch your tablet. Sketch a dragon. Sketch that tree outside of your house. Sketch yourself. Sketch ice cream! SKETCH EVERYTHING! Sketch things you've never tried to draw before, and sketch things you're comfortable with. 

4. Speedpaint Things


This is similar to the sketching, but may be more fun because you can add colour. Speedpaint anything, whatever you like to paint. I usually like to do landscapes, but it may be different for you. It's alright to keep your painting messy, no need to do super clean lineart or anything. Even if you have no idea what to draw, just simply put 3 to 5 blobs of different colours down, and try to make a picture out of it. It's super fun :la:.

5. Draw Comfortable Things


Draw things you're comfortable with drawing, or know how to draw very well. If you're good at drawing a certain animal, or just portraits, for example, draw a few and really make them look nice. For me, when I get artblocked, drawing something I'm proud of usually does the trick. If you're already good at drawing it, it's hard to mess up and easy to do well at, so you'll probably end up being proud of it :).

6. Look at Other People's Art


Seriously not in the mood for drawing? Fine then, give this job to your eyes. Browse artwork related to what you're interested in. If you draw dragons, browse dragon art. If you want to draw fan art, browse fan art for whichever game/movie/show. I usually like to look at art that I know how to execute, but just don't have the skill to. Try not to look at artists too far from your skill level; it may just make you feel terrible about your own art. Instead, aim for artists who aren't leaps ahead of you, just steps, so that you can look at the artwork and think, 'ahh, so that's how they used that brush', instead of, 'how did they do this? This is mind blowing!' 

7. Watch Speedpaint Videos


Watch other artists' speedpaint videos, or even better your own. I'm not exactly sure why, but watching my own speedpaint videos always gets me inspired. I'm not sure I would recommend this, but if you'd like, you can record your speedpaintings and watch them over afterwards. It's really fun to! But if you'd get nervous from recording, then you shouldn't record, because the point of speedpainting is for it to be relaxing and free. 

I don't know that many people who do speedpaint videos, (since I mostly just watch my own haha) but here are a few:


If you know other speedpaint channels, feel free to let me know!

8. Read Tutorials and Watch Tutorial Videos


Have something you want to work on? Read a tutorial on it and it may inspire you to practice drawing it. Or just view general tutorials like shading and colouring tutorials. Here are a few tutorials you might like:


Find more amazing tutorials here

Again, if you know any great tutorials, feel free to share them with me :D.

9. Paint Stock Images


I find this extremely fun, especially for landscapes. Nature has epic landscapes that are even hard to imagine, and pictures act as a good reference so it's really hard to screw up. If landscapes are not your thing though, still check out the stock image gallery, there may be one that catches your eye! Make sure to read and follow all stock rules. You can find epic stock images here.

10. Paint Over Collages


Make your own collages with photos and paint over it. I find this really helps because the photos give you a nice colour palette and you don't have to start with an intimidating blank canvas. It's alright to use other people's photos as long as they've been completely painted over and are not visible/recognizable in any way when you upload it. Do not copy the photos completely, use them mainly for inspiration. In fact, the result may be completely different from the subjects in the photos.

For example, in one of FZDSCHOOL's videos,

He started the painting with this photo collage:

5407f833c38aa56323e3ab79 by meiyues-scrap-acc 

And ended up with this finished painting:

5407f8f4c38aa563266ad365 by meiyues-scrap-acc

The result is pretty different from the collage, eh? (beforeyouaskyesI'mCanadian)However, in this case, the building on the left is not completely painted over, and if you don't plan on completely painting over the collage, you should use your own images or stock images. 

11. Use Colour Palettes


Try to use colour palettes to get inspired! You can do this with photo collages or with premade colour palettes.

Here're some palettes I made: (some of these are terribly ugly and some are really nice. Try to make something nice out of all of them, though. :giggle: I'm gonna try use one of these to create a beautiful landscape.. let's see how it goes. :P)

Here're some others:
Color Palette Resource by CGCookie 40 Color Swatches - SET 2 by ED-elementaldesign 40 Color Swatches by ED-elementaldesign Colour Palettes No. 1 by Striped-Tie Random Color Palettes 2 by Sebbins Pallettes by AmyJonz :thumb164311060: 24 Complementary Color Palette by elemis


When you're done, feel free to share them in the comments below. :P

12. Listen to Music


This one is old but gold, but music does help the creative juices get flowing. 

13. Get Out


Get off the computer for just a few minutes and go out for a walk/jog! I know there's no Wi-Fi out there, but get out, relax, and you'll find out that nature can make you feel lovely. Nature is a great source for inspiration, and maybe instead of looking for pictures of it online, get out and look at it with your own eyes.

14. Exercise


Honestly don't want to get out? Then walk/jog in your house. Exercise; dance around and do squats or something. Movement helps thinking, and as a bonus, your body will thank you!

15. Read Articles on How to Get Inspired!


Still need a few ideas? Here are some handy articles on how to get inspired:
here and here

16. Ask Artists how they get Inspired


Not everyone have written articles on how to get inspired, but that doesn't mean they don't have any tips! I did a few interviews with some artists with amazing conceptual artwork. If you want advice from another artist, don't be afraid to ask! I'm sure none of them bite. :meow:


I interviewed:
:iconaquasixio: AquaSixio:
:iconyuuza: Yuuza:
:icondrachenmagier: drachenmagier:



How do you usually get inspired?
:iconaquasixio:

Mostly of my artwork are inspired form [from] my life, wish, disappointment, joy, fears... That's why it's hard for me to draw for someone, I used to refuse commission requests. The art is really an outlet for me and I dont want to see this activity becomes a job.


:iconyuuza:

I get my inspiration from 2 places. I have a few concepts i repeat over and over because i always feel i haven't truly expressed them in all their glory. It's like trying to hit the center of a dart board and always missing. You're still on the dart board but never the center so i always try, try again.
The second place i get my inspiration from is other people's artworks. I browse deviantART and the collection of drawings i gathered on my computer. Watching other people's art almost always gets me inspired. Usually after 5 minutes of browsing.


:icondrachenmagier:

I guess the reply here tends to disappoint a lot of people normally: I have no idea. I often just start with an empty paper, scribbling around till I like it. Or I walk through the city, thinking something like: "I could draw owls. Or dragons. Eh, both is fine." I guess for me it's not starting with the big ideas, it's more just letting hands and pencils work on their own and watch the results. :D



What advice do you have for getting rid of artblock/for artists who lose the motivation to draw?
:iconaquasixio:

Sometimes (quite often) I feel uninspired, and in this case, the best thing would be avoid to draw. I prefer listen to music, watch a movie or see friend, and finally, the motivation/inspiration is back, because I have something to say on the canvas


:iconyuuza:

The first thing i do is browse all my collection of artworks. And this usually does the trick (it's a very vast collection). But there are cases when i still have an art block even after i look at all the drawings in my collection.

The second way i get rid of art block is by practicing something. I feel my mind is empty of any concept and instead of not drawing anything, i draw something so simple, it's impossible to get blocked while doing it. And i get to practice at the same time, so i shot 2 birds with the same stone! For example, tying [trying] to draw metal or wood, or trees etc. Or drawing animals studies from photos. I browse my tutorial folder and i usually find some very simple thing i could learn and just draw that.

It's when i don't do anything to get rid of art block that inspiration comes back much slower. There's a saying that i think holds much truth, inspiration should find you drawing.


:icondrachenmagier:

First of all, sometimes it's really not that bad to take a break from drawing. It's why I have a part time job as custodian. It's 180° different from the creative stuff and gives my brain a break.

Another thing you can do when you want to draw but somehow can't come up with anything is to have a folder of unfinished drafts. You pick one and work on something that is already somewhat there, which makes it a lot easier to draw. Generally drawing something you really like drawing helps too, so don't feel forced to be original all the time and just draw what you want to draw the most.



Have you ever started a painting by just randomly throwing paint/blobs of colour onto the canvas? If so, which one?
:iconaquasixio:

When I started to draw, I process like this, more " randomly " strokes. I tried to interpret the " clouds of colors " I created to make a painting. fav.me/d8si7p. The drawing which could how this process is this one: aquasixio.deviantart.com/art/T…


:iconyuuza:

Yes i have, and honestly it never turned into anything. I always (without exception) start out with a concept in mind, i can't draw as i go along.


:icondrachenmagier:

Hah, pretty much everything in my gallery works that way! XD Not with paint, in most cases though, since I start out with pencils.




As you can see, the 3 artists gave different opinions and had different answers for all the questions. As suggested by Yuuza, something you should do is try all the tips others and I have given, and make a list of what works for YOU.


What and Who Inspire You?


Share it with everyone in the comments below. :D

Written for projecteducate 

Speedpaint videos are by: meiyue, plexusdynasty, rydi1689, and TylerEdlinArt (unfortunately FZDSCHOOL doesn't have a dA account :noes:)

Thanks to AquaSixio, sandara, and vesner for their awesome tutorials, and to AquaSixio, Yuuza, and drachenmagier for letting me interview them!

(writing in html mode is a pain in the butt.. what's with all the nbsp; stuff xD)

Commenter's Tips:

pearwood: "For photographers I say, slow down.  If you can't find anything interesting to photograph, go take an interesting photo of something boring.

Take a walk and count to 100.  When you get to 100, stop and take two photographs within ten feet of where you stopped."

ArTRefugiuM: "I for myself mainly get inspired by music (the more bombastic the better) ... It sometimes takes a while but if I hear a song 2 or 3 times, pictures start to build up in front of my inner eye and I just need to bring them down on canvas / paper then.
As for portraits it's more complicated. I think here it's mostly people I admire in some way which makes me wanna draw them .. I'm just like that ^_^°
And for literature it's just the classical "like the poet needs the rain" ... I mostly type stuff when I'm going through difficulties of life. Getting it out helps a lot."

WilhelmTheloniousF:
 "I used to take a nap after lunch, while listening music to get inspiration for my scriblings. When we studied poetry in high school, our teacher told us that Rimbaud used to walk until he was completely exhausted to get inspired."

DTfox: "
I guess the only suggestion that works for me is to wait for another day, or week."

Stygma: "
When I hit a wall, I sketch and erase, sketch and erase, sketch and... THAT'S IT! Somewhat, I let the drawing guide me. :) (Smile)"

qeodes: "i usually get inspired by looking at other artists. i'll see cute OCs and i'll want a cute oc like that, cool art and i'll want cool art like that. i'll look at all their art and get inspired. as i look at the art i'm holding in all these details and ideas until i pick up my tablet and then i just let myself fall into the art."

CenizasGemelas: "
If i have ideas, but no motivation, i start a quest , looking for a new tune that'll widen my mental confortable zone.
And when i finally find new music, so different to the ones i keep in my system, it cracks my head open and i feel hyped.
And when i don't have ideas but i'm hungry for drawing, i check my Dream Notepad.
I always try to write down my dreams when i wake up. And sometimes are ideas that seem cool at the moment and later they seem stupid. But if you keep doing it you can get up to 3 ideas per night!
A lot of chances to get awesome ideas and concepts."

hannxm: "I find looking on dA gives me lots of inspiration of what I could draw, or even ideas of how I could spruce up my art style. :) (Smile)"
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ShepherdsCrystal Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I don't see a point anymore... I have absolutely no creativity/imagination in the slightest and I only make rip offs...I can't even draw anything without a reference, I just.. I don't think I can do this...
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DarkLinkishot Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i explore deviantart and if i see something i want to do, I add it to a favorites list called "To Do?" and go to it if i need inspiration
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hannxm Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I find looking on dA gives me lots of inspiration of what I could draw, or even ideas of how I could spruce up my art style. :) 
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Aeiryse Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2016  Professional General Artist
A must-read for people who had or suffering from an art block.
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:iconmeiyue:
meiyue Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2016  Student General Artist
Glad you found it helpful :)
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Arc925 Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is awesome! Thanks a bunch! :D
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:iconmeiyue:
meiyue Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2015  Student General Artist
Pleasure :heart:
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MeleeGypsy Featured By Owner May 3, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i get inspiration from dreams
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:iconmeiyue:
meiyue Featured By Owner May 9, 2015  Student General Artist
Mmh yas me too :la:
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WaterLilly19 Featured By Owner May 2, 2015
Thank you for posting this ^_^
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:iconmeiyue:
meiyue Featured By Owner May 9, 2015  Student General Artist
My pleasure! :heart:
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CenizasGemelas Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2014
If i have ideas, but no motivation, i start a quest , looking for a new tune that'll widen my mental confortable zone.
And when i finally find new music, so different to the ones i keep in my system, it cracks my head open and i feel hyped.
And when i don't have ideas but i'm hungry for drawing, i check my Dream Notepad.
I always try to write down my dreams when i wake up. And sometimes are ideas that seem cool at the moment and later they seem stupid. But if you keep doing it you can get up to 3 ideas per night!
A lot of chances to get awesome ideas and concepts.
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meiyue Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014  Student General Artist
I also keep a notepad of my ideas and stuff, it works great :D
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LeChaoss Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Very nice advice! and interview! i've just got an idea of a theme, drawing.
Inspiration isn't my problem too, problem is technique & level of the ability to use it ^^
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:iconmeiyue:
meiyue Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014  Student General Artist
Thanks, I'm glad it helps :la:. I feels, I hate having an amazing idea and then when I draw it, it turns out horrible T_T
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:iconlechaoss:
LeChaoss Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Hehe Sweating a little... 
:meow:
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The-Golden-Knight Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Ideas aren't my problem. MY problem is usually the actual work on them; putting them into tangible form.
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Commander-Dominic Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2014
That guy wearing the bow tie, is that Matt Smith?
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:iconmeiyue:
meiyue Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014  Student General Artist
I have no idea lel
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:iconcommander-dominic:
Commander-Dominic Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014
Okay.
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KazeSkyfox Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2014
so tl;dr live life, ok
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qeodes Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014
i usually get inspired by looking at other artists. i'll see cute OCs and i'll want a cute oc like that, cool art and i'll want cool art like that. i'll look at all their art and get inspired. as i look at the art i'm holding in all these details and ideas until i pick up my tablet and then i just let myself fall into the art.
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meiyue Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014  Student General Artist
Same here, same here :highfive: 
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:iconmastertanker:
MasterTanker Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014  Student Artist
Hehe Thanks :D now i know about this web :)
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:iconmeiyue:
meiyue Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014  Student General Artist
:heart:
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yubbi45 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I have a enough inspiration, it's the motivation to start/finish/progress an idea that I'm lo aking in

Any gelp you can direct me to?
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:iconmeiyue:
meiyue Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014  Student General Artist
Sorry for the terribly late reply, school has been killing me :P

Mmmh, I never have problems starting something, but progressing and finishing can be challenging if it doesn't turn out the way I imagined it. I think what's important is to not have too high expectations for your art, but rather be in a 'meh, it's just practice' mood. If you get bored of working on it you can always switch to something and come back to it when you want to. Dunno if this helps, and I don't really know of any place that I can direct you to :noes:
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Dark-SpectrumDS Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Good advice. The sad thing is that it is listed that one would have to make an original character in order to get inspired and it's the first option on the list. So, does that mean that there is this assumption that the majority of people here draw fan art, scenery/backgrounds, portraits, still-lives and any other unrelated-to-original-character themes? >_>

Nah, just joking but it's still a little sad how a lot of people really don't have their own characters. It's not like it's nothing we have in common since I'm sure some people had an imagination for creating characters at some point. I guess their just afraid to execute the ideas. This is what other artists are here for if you want a commission, wink, wink.

Other than that, it's pretty good. I have tried to do a lot of these things on this list for years. Playing video games helps me to get inspired because I get games because I appreciate the art direction and the music, not just for the "elitist" gameplay aspects. Then I collect action figures and dolls so looking at them in my workspace helps a lot, too. It's like I have my favorite characters as little companions. lol

Oh, I gotta say, that there are artists in that list that DO bite. So, yeah, watch out for what you believe in and don't talk to 'em about it or else. Too bad it's not like we're human beings and can speak to each other like normal people. There's too much miscommunication, I gotta tell ya. Too much... XP
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meiyue Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014  Student General Artist
lol I was reading that and was like.. what xD. 

Yeah, or they just never thought of actually bringing them on paper.

Oh yus, I know what you mean. Have you played the game To the Moon? It's got great graphics and beautiful music :3 (and a tear-jerking story line).

In that list? The list of people I interviewed? xD I feels
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DramaticWaffley Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014
Thank you ma'am! This is very insightful. :)
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:iconmeiyue:
meiyue Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014  Student General Artist
You're welcome! :love:
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PlagueRat24601 Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Great advice! sparkly la 
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meiyue Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Student General Artist
Thanks :D
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Stygma Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
When I hit a wall, I sketch and erase, sketch and erase, sketch and... THAT'S IT! 

Somewhat, I let the drawing guide me. :)
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meiyue Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Student General Artist
You erase them? :noes:

I included this in the description :love:
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Stygma Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Yep! It's just "arm warming" and the result is in general disastrous! :XD:
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DTfox Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I guess the only suggestion that works for me is to wait for another day, or week.
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meiyue Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Student General Artist
That's usually how my artblock gets worse :P. I've added this to the description :heart:
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Slowgale Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014
This is some great advice, or at the very least some good points. Maybe it'll help me get off my butt and actually work on more art! 
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meiyue Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Student General Artist
Thank you Love. Hope it helps!
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Cortoony Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Hobbyist Filmographer
Great ideas! :w00t:
I'ma try some of these today.
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meiyue Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Student General Artist
Thank you :love:. Hope it helps!
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HermanManly Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Really nicely written and great advice, except for one point: "look at other people's artwork"...
This, for me, has the opposite effect, as I just get depressed and discouraged when I see other people's amazing artwork and compare it to mine °<°
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meiyue Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Student General Artist
Thank you :)

It really depends on your mindset. Study the artwork, like really look at everything; the lighting, the shading, the blending, and try to understand how they achieved that effect and why that effect was needed. Like I've said, try to target artists who are just steps ahead of you, not leaps. If that still doesn't help, then, well, people are different. That's why I put this in at the end "As suggested by Yuuzasomething you should do is try all the tips others and I have given, and make a list of what works for YOU. " :P
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SIRKISSHY Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
One thing you should keep in mind is to try to think of it like "I want to be as good as they are" instead of "Oh, they're better than me. I'm not good enough." It is a mindset that will prove to be beneficial, to help you strive to be better.

You can also stare and observe other people's art and see what you can apply to your own art; example: They add color to their lineart instead of leaving them black, you can do that too. And don't worry about style or 'copying their style', since no style is without influence. Be careful not to observe art from artists waaayyy further from your 'level' of skill. It's as the writer of this article said, look at art that's better but not far from your own.

tl;dr: Don't stop or limit yourself at the sight of beautiful art. Put it to your advantage.
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HermanManly Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
It's not seeing something that is "better" than my art, it's failing to replicate said thing. 
When I like something I analyze it so I know what I like about it so I can apply it to my own art, as you said.
"Copying" is actually what I would call my artstyle in itself xD (for now)
It's when I think I'm able to do it, but I can't. When 18 hours of practice go to waste and I see no improvement or anything near what I imagined...
Maybe I'm just too impatient...
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SIRKISSHY Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hm, perhaps so. Learning and practicing take much more longer than just days or even months or years to master, even for those you look up to, so patience is everything. Still, try your best not to be discouraged.

What I'd suggest is practice and practice and keep practicing, make sure what you're practicing is somewhat near your comfort zone, and if what you're trying to practice is an object IRL look at stock images instead of artwork. Don't rush and draw for too long, just a few hours a day, keep it consistent. No improvement? Try to understand what you're drawing and keep doing it until there is improvement. You will get there if you don't stress over it too much, dear.
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aegiandyad Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014
There are great artists here doing things that you could do quite easily. Check out AiniTolonen, thergothon or EintoeRn. Once you've got the idea there is nothing there you couldn't do yourself. I get my inspiration from looking, and then 'seeing' something that attracts my attention. But one must be willing to explore.
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drachenmagier Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
A fantastic journal entry and very motivating. :) My thanks back to you for writing it! And one day I will learn how to write on the internet WITHOUT using emoticons the whole time.
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One day. d:
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