Always Draw

I kind of said the same thing last week, but I really want to emphasize this point. This week I have been drawing a lot more, and I’ve realized how much I’m missing when I don’t draw every day. Honestly, it doesn’t matter if you’re a painter, sculptor, graphic designer, etc.—it is always important to draw. If you’re not at work, draw, if you are at work, and your boss isn’t looking, draw. The easiest time to draw is when you’re watching a movie or TV show-you’re not really doing anything anyways, might as well be productive, right? It doesn’t matter if you don’t have your sketchbook or special sketching pencils—grab the back of a random piece of paper, “borrow” some kid’s magic marker. If all the trees in the world all spontaneously combusted, so we can’t make paper anymore, hold your breath due to lack of oxygen, and find the nearest piece of charcoal/lead/rock on the ground, and start engraving stuff. There is no excuse, fellow artists…just draw!

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