Posts Tagged: attitude

What’s Wrong with My Drawing?

That question is purely rhetorical. I’m not asking you to point out all the flaws and weaknesses in my drawing and sketching. Goodness knows, I do enough of that on my own. What’s wrong with my drawing? I know the

What’s Wrong with My Drawing?

That question is purely rhetorical. I’m not asking you to point out all the flaws and weaknesses in my drawing and sketching. Goodness knows, I do enough of that on my own. What’s wrong with my drawing? I know the

Art with Attitude

So much of art is attitude, I’ve learned, and unfortunately at times my attitude isn’t the best. That was how I felt on Wednesday morning as I sat down with my drawing pad and my art books. It was time

Art with Attitude

So much of art is attitude, I’ve learned, and unfortunately at times my attitude isn’t the best. That was how I felt on Wednesday morning as I sat down with my drawing pad and my art books. It was time

One Step Forward…

No, no, this isn’t another post about feet. I’m sure we all saw enough of those yesterday. This post is about moving ahead and making progress while feeling downhearted and discouraged at the same time. I know I’m not the

One Step Forward…

No, no, this isn’t another post about feet. I’m sure we all saw enough of those yesterday. This post is about moving ahead and making progress while feeling downhearted and discouraged at the same time. I know I’m not the

I Still Can’t Draw a Wolf

Some things never change. I tried drawing a wolf last summer — I wrote about it in Hard ThingsĀ — and the results weren’t good. Recently, while doing a Sketchbook Nation challenge, I drew another wolf. It wasn’t much better. I

I Still Can’t Draw a Wolf

Some things never change. I tried drawing a wolf last summer — I wrote about it in Hard ThingsĀ — and the results weren’t good. Recently, while doing a Sketchbook Nation challenge, I drew another wolf. It wasn’t much better. I