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It's also a sign of the August or between-projects or whatever syndrome when I start agonizing over not being a cartoonist. What the heck is that about?
It's not that I can't manage to eek out a drawing. See Lucy on the right. (Why is the background zipping by? Hmmm... just to see if I could do it...)
But Real Cartoonists create characters and scenes and achieve an easygoing fluidity.
This comes with practice, which I don't do.
I practice writing nearly every day, right here. Sit at the computer, unleash my fingers. The words pour out. Good. Bad. Boring. No matter.
Why can't I just accept it that my writing is better than my drawing and be satisfied with my half-way decent Photoshop projects? But my imaginary guru tells me: "Follow the disturbance."
I don't practice drawing because:
What a fine load of excuses. All centering on the physicality of the process. Is that the issue? Oh, enough analysis for today...
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