I haven't used traditional regularly in many years, so much so I forgotten how to use it properly
I just finally got out of my art rut, and while I'm performing insanely well digitally (compared to how I used to) I'm doing terrible with traditional. I also have finally refilled my art supply since moving and not having money to replace it, so I plan on digging into that now and work on my quality (which is why I haven't updated much)
It's hard to get out of your own head when it comes to your pieces, especially when you've conditioned yourself to say 'it's not good enough'. The best way I've found to like your work more is to not expect the world out of you but to just do your best and if you feel it is worth continuing don't give up on it till you're satisfied even with traditional sure it's annoying to have to draw it again, but if you're not happy with it, you're not happy with it, and sometimes you just need to stop looking at it for awhile and come back to it. And sometimes go back to your earlier works and see how far you've come, and while you're not happy with this particular picture compared to something several years ago you can see the improvement and know yeah I can do better. You really are way too hard on yourself cause these are doodles and they look awesome, why? Cause they are interesting, the only thing I can see needing to improve is the show of force, it kinda feels like they have no weight like with the action poses, you can't feel the amount of effort the figure uses to do a back flip or jump in the air or stretch out. But the doodles still look interesting and have fun shapes and proportions, also I think if you gave the figures expressive faces you'd probably like it more but without the faces we rely on the figure to bring the emotion in, and without force just makes them feel a bit flat. But that is my personal interpenetration. You do excellent work and while this isn't your best I've seen, I wouldn't know if I'd call it your dirty laundry. You should see my doodles in my sketchbook, I use pen to avoid lead smudging and it gives me both sides of the paper in the book, construction lines everywhere some of them I can't even tell where I was going with that lol I am getting better about it though. Partly because of you, you've taught me a bunch of useful things in your videos, so thank you for showing us.