Allright, I've gone a full loop, now I'm trying to find ways to boost my drawing skills as efficiently as possible again, I've already figured out what it takes to boost my knowledge of how to draw things, but no matter how much I know how things should look, it means very little if I don't know how to draw it or don't even have any practice drawing things above a certain level of complexity.
This is the first part of a two parter, this here journal is meant to explain some of the basic psychological problems a lot of (if not most) artists struggle with in some detail; the second part will be a bit less deep list of special drawing exercises that can potentially skyrocket your drawing skills (these do exist, and they're not even that hard). Anyhow, this journal is pretty long, but it's also got a lot of important information. So to beginner and skilled artists alike, this should be worth the read even if it is this long.
As I've found out the hard way, just because you know how perspec