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deeJuusan
All artists face self-doubt and have a way of putting themselves down, pro and beginner alike.
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deeJuusan Jul 9
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But I personally found that the more one creates, the more they learn and shut those voices down.
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deeJuusan Jul 9
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Improvement happens unconsciously too, so it’s win-win.
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deeJuusan Jul 9
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Being apologetic about your art and expressing that “it’s not that good” has two outcomes:
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deeJuusan Jul 9
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1. Drives serious artists away from your art, because “ if they themselves don’t care for what they create, why should I?”
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deeJuusan Jul 9
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2. It drives other people to give you comments on how good you are. Something that is inspiring but won’t help on the long run I find
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deeJuusan Jul 9
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quote “Being enough is an inside job a gold medal is a wonderful thing. But if you're not enough w/o one, you'll never be enough w/ one”
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deeJuusan Jul 9
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The choice to listen to your own self’s negativity can make or break you as an artist.
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M e n a r u Jul 9
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I hate it when ppl tell me how they like it when I dont 😣💔
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Nina Jul 9
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i do say that i'm not good cause i dont like being cocky but it actually makes people think they have the right to teach me how to draw>
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Nina Jul 9
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>like hei shut up dont tell me what to draw i'm just being modest!!
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