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  • Amazing artwork! Write "Yes" if you like it ❤️
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    🎨 Artist: @contegallery
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    🎯 Follow @terrific.art for more art 💫
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Lately I spent a lot of time listening to Mac's new album and thinking about people we lost too early. He inspires me a lot, I can't stress this enough. I just felt like I had to draw him again. RIP Malcom. RIP Philipp.
  • Swimming in Circles
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    Lately I spent a lot of time listening to Mac's new album and thinking about people we lost too early. He inspires me a lot, I can't stress this enough. I just felt like I had to draw him again. RIP Malcom. RIP Philipp.
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  • I’m going to Disneyland in a month so here’s some sketches of my favorite Disney character ✨
  • I’m going to Disneyland in a month so here’s some sketches of my favorite Disney character ✨
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  • Posting from my personal account:

I once attended a writer’s workshop where we were asked to write a poem inspired by a word. We were given 30 minutes to compose a piece, and then asked to share what we had written to the rest of the group.

I spent those 30 minutes agonizing over what I had to say, writing and crossing out every word I had jotted down. It was the tone, no, the wording. It was the rhyme and rhythm, the flow. Nothing came out the way I wanted it to. My voice had vanished. Why couldn’t I just write something down?

When it came time to share our compositions, I sat in shame, not having written anything to share because I spent the whole time crossing out everything I had written. One man looked at me kindly, empathetically. “You didn’t allow yourself to draft,” he said softly. Ah.

We are our own worst critics. The pressure we feel the most comes from ourselves more than anyone else. It’s easy to fall into the mouth of that perfectionism monster. If you find yourself on the precipice of that deep, dark hole, step back. Remember that you are human, and you are a culmination of drafts. Allow yourself to do what you do most naturally. Draft. Be iterative. Try, test, and try again.
  • Posting from my personal account:

    I once attended a writer’s workshop where we were asked to write a poem inspired by a word. We were given 30 minutes to compose a piece, and then asked to share what we had written to the rest of the group.

    I spent those 30 minutes agonizing over what I had to say, writing and crossing out every word I had jotted down. It was the tone, no, the wording. It was the rhyme and rhythm, the flow. Nothing came out the way I wanted it to. My voice had vanished. Why couldn’t I just write something down?

    When it came time to share our compositions, I sat in shame, not having written anything to share because I spent the whole time crossing out everything I had written. One man looked at me kindly, empathetically. “You didn’t allow yourself to draft,” he said softly. Ah.

    We are our own worst critics. The pressure we feel the most comes from ourselves more than anyone else. It’s easy to fall into the mouth of that perfectionism monster. If you find yourself on the precipice of that deep, dark hole, step back. Remember that you are human, and you are a culmination of drafts. Allow yourself to do what you do most naturally. Draft. Be iterative. Try, test, and try again.
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  • Day 47 - living room
  • Day 47 - living room
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