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I took a break from illustrating a little while ago, because I felt as though I was no longer doing it for myself. Every time I'd pick up a pencil, fear would sit on my chest like a lead balloon. I'd either spend fuck knows how long scribbling away in a mild panic, not concentrating all that much on what I was creating and resultantly making everything look like garbage, or I'd simply give up.
This piece of work is overdue by an entire YEAR. Why? Because I let anxiety win. This is why I persistently vanish and reappear but never seem to finish much. I plan on changing that pattern.
So I took time out, delved deeper into volunteering and began developing a blog dedicated to self-improvement of your mental health and wellbeing. It's not there yet - I'm not there yet - but I'm in a massively better position than I was this time last year, just weeks prior to a panic attack so severe and lengthy that it warranted a hospital visit.
When I pick up a pencil today the fear is still there, but it's a tiny hum somewhere in the back of my brain instead of an inescapable, metaphorical case of reeeaaally bad tinnitus.
There's no shame in throwing up your hands and telling yourself "I've been giving it 100% for fuck knows how long, but this isn't working anymore". Kind of like a relationship, really; sometimes you just need time to take a step back, do other stuff and come back to it if you can.
Luckily, I missed illustrating and still managed to learn some things; just because I stopped practicing didn't mean I stopped studying.
One thing I'm coming to realise is that fear, in small doses, is helpful. It's a pre-warning to something going potentially awry. It's there to let you know you need to be a little cautious. When you're afraid of something you've been doing the majority of your life, however, it's best to re-evaluate before you lose other parts of yourself to that overwhelm in the long-term.
Tenía tiempo que no ocupaba el ilustrador, así que batalle un poco además de que tuve que empezarlo dos veces porque la primera vez, se cerró el programa y no guardo mi trabajo. Trate lo mejor que pude de detallarlo bien sin embargo se me pasaron muchas cosas. Ojalá guste.