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PROCRASTINATION

Journal Entry: Mon Mar 5, 2012, 7:19 PM
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Procrastination... Being a sloth... it's a disease.

All of us struggle with it. On certain days you just don't feel like doing nothing at all. Other days you feel that you worked hard on something and that you're owed time-off for it. And there's that period where you KNOW you should've been working on something; after a lot of time have passed you eventually find yourself wondering WHY you even went along doing nothing for so long.

Don't Be a Sloth
We're not perfect creatures, it HAPPENS.

But being a procrastinator compared to being a hard-worker is a measure of how serious you take yourself.

If you have a regular 9-5, come home whether it's a long commute or short one, and then taking care of family matters (wife, kids, or parents), it can be pretty hard to keep yourself focused. That's a valid reason for struggling trying to stay focused on a creative project. Life is hard in that aspect. You're definitely a hard-worker in that regard. If you do all that and then work your butt off on your creative pursuits, then you're a mutha-effin' BOSS. If I could send you an ice cream truck full of Orange Push-Ups, I'd do it just for being such a BOSS.

But 9:10, it's not usually the case, is it not?

I've had moments where I overworked myself hard and then just burnt myself out. That's prone to happen as well. It was basically a failure to pace myself. And once you're burned out, it's hard to even get back in the loop. It's like working up a combo so high in that beat-em up game you love playing (or whatever game that has a system where you're working something up) and then dropping the combo. You lose all your bonuses, all your perks, etc. You just... don't feel like working that combo back up... You get discouraged, turn the game off, don't attempt for a lonnng while, right?

I know the feeling.

That's fine when that happens, just slowly work your way up back to that heat level and it's all good.

Unfortunately, some people just procrastinate heavily though, without really working hard. I have a buddy who wants to get so much done, but he still lives at home with his folks, don't really have a job, and spends time gaming all day. He's clearly recognized as an adult (albeit a young one) too, like 25, yet he's a Lvl. 86 Freeloader. That's a neat job class, don't get me wrong. But it'll never get you anywhere.

I have a few other friends that want to get things done as well, one wants to finish writing a book, another wants to make more progress on their game, and a few want to start on a comic and finish a good chunk of it, but they're not taking the necessary steps to make that happen, no matter what's going on in their lives. Some of them are busy, and some of them are just plain lazy.

You have 24 hours in a day. We're already gonna deduct 8 hours for sleep purposes, right? Right. (6 hours, if you're hardcore.) Leaves you with 16 hours. For those who go to work, you have 7-8 hours in your day left. Say if you spend half of that remaining time to deal with family or whatever when you get home. That STILL leaves you with 4 hours. 4 hours x 5 days a week = 20 hours. That's 20 hours towards whatever you need to get done or what project you're trying to complete.

And if you don't live under those particular circumstances, and time is more lenient on you, then you really should have NO excuse, even if it's 3 hours left in your day = 15 hours a week (and whatever you allot on the weekend). If you're plugging your whole day dickin' around on games and TV and Youtube and Twitter and Tumblr and Facebook and such, then complaining about having so much to do, then you are acting like a moron.

You should not be juggling recreational activities and timing for someone to throw the "creative" ball within your juggling session.

Seriously, get a schedule system going and keep to it. It's the only way you'll stay productive. If you're worried about your project being crappy and art coming out subpar, just keep doing it and move on. You can go back and fix it later once you find the problem. You don't want to kill the buzz. Your creative/project/art workload should NEVER outweigh your recreational activities. Things should always be done in moderation.

Again, it's good to have that day once every blue moon where you just lounge out and pig out and hermit yourself to your heart's content, but don't go overboard.

That's my two cents on this subject.

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MakenMeister Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2015   General Artist
I've been struggling with this when it came to drawing recently, so thank you for this :)
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sugarkittens Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013
Thank u for writing this! This would really get people to pay attention of their lives instead of just staring at the computer for the whole day (which i wish i could do) and complain when they're not. It's really hard but that's why u have to try and get a routine going and then it's a habit. Anyways, thank u again.
-Minly
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FcomBaT Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2012  Student Filmographer
its all a mental thing. you can make time for yourself to be productive, any of us can, even if your with family, sketch them. if its your passion you have to keep doing it.
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MatiasSoto Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Some time ago I read an article about the seven deadly sins, and their original meaning. It was very informative since it really separated what was sin or just normal human traits(and there it became quite obvious why pride is the worse, mainly because is the most common on people) .Though I'm not religious, about Sloth, it had an interesting side I've never considered before.

It said that Sloth, was fundamental a violation of God's principle of love, by not loving yourself. That people was basically lazy because they didn't love them and by an extension of that, didn't love anything. And without love there was no drive, and people just lay there, letting their lives abandoned, just passing trough their lives without putting heart to anything and ultimately waiting to Death catch them. Being an empty shell and selfishly rejecting all love and passion. It's is a deadly sin because in essence though the person wasn't doing evil they are actively (by being inactive) are rejecting all love and meaningful life.
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Robaato Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Interesting look on that... Never heard of it being that way, though it makes sense. Thanks for that lil' bit of info on this topic! :D
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MatiasSoto Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
You're welcome man. Since I found that pretty interesting too it's good to share it :)
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Walum Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey man, good article/ blog you're wrote there. Some of the lines did describe my current situation, and believe me i'm not proud of it (not beating myself too much though, did that in the past).

Thanks for sharing out your thought, it nice to let other people aware and how to organised the time better.

Peace,
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Robaato Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Haha, we're never proud of things/vices we once had, it's natural dude. :)

And no problem, glad that people are enjoying my viewpoints on matters like these. :nod:
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MREcartoonist Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
It comes down to priorities really. Spending time with your family, and keeping up with responsibilities should always come before hobbies. And that's where it can get hard to find the time to practice. But for those that do nothing all day and then bitch about sucking at art and blah blah blah, they are going to learn pretty fast that no one feels sorry for them.
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Robaato Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
^^^^ THIS.
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RoBoCrois Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2012  Professional General Artist
This one is hard for me. About a year ago, I was the very description you used to open with; hard working (well working at least, the job wasn't particularly hard), reasonably responsible adult. Then I had to leave my job due to a combination of my own mental illness, and disagreements with some of the shadier business practices my employer was doing (or rather having me do). No biggie, three to six months and I'll be back work at a bar or something. Then my father takes ill, and I have to move to Marietta GA to take care of his finances while he's laid up.

But now my father is better, and back at work. And while I still find lots of time to draw, and expand my creative repertoire (my color work is coming along nicely, I think), I still can't help feeling like a loaf sometimes. I mean I'm searching for work of any kind, and calling back on my job apps as often as I can without crossing the harassment border. Sometimes it just feels like a the weighting game, and I'm not one known for being able to sit still long.

Then there is the whole bipolar thing. Some days are filled with mania where I stay up for days on end drawing, playing games, watching movies, reading books in addition to whatever my dad might want me to do for him. Basically bouncing off walls looking for things to do. Then comes the depression side to things where I just stay in bed and pretty much sleep, waiting for the fog to lift. I hate those days.

I suppose the song Do I Stay or Do I Go? by The Clash is probably a good theme song for me.

Here's a muro sketch of Stormy I decided to do on a whim. :)
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Robaato Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Sometimes you have to look at life as a game. Thankfully enough, when you hit Game Over, you have a lot of extra men to spare (Unless an unfortunate incident happens and you have no continues).

But the best thing to do is to keep at it and finding ways to stay strong. And that's in everything we do. :)
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RoBoCrois Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2012  Professional General Artist
That's a very Scott Pilgrim way of looking at things, I like that. I almost ran out of continues not that long ago, though sadly it was more due to my not being able to process my own baggage properly anymore. Luckily I just broke down instead of broke dead, I spent some time in a hospital and got new save point (to continue with the game theme). Now I know what the character of Tyler Durden must havve felt like, when he made the choice that he was going to conquer the world (though admittedly I would settle for having my own cartoon somewhere, a lot less work then say blowing up credit companies). Nowhere to go but up at this point in my life.


I'm also a fan of the Xanatos Gambit way of thinking, which states that no matter what happens, I win. But that's more ego driven, I think.

Anyways, thanks for the words of encouragement, these last few months on deviantART have been really good for my self esteem just being able to communicate with other creators (Derby KS seemed to lack the understanding for creative minds, but I don't think I'd trade that childhood for anything in the world) and childhood heroes.
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Robaato Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Indeed, dude. And no problem, glad I can help in any way I can. :)
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the-sin-of-sloth Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2012
There is NOTHING wrong with being a sloth *Points to username*
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JeiHeirumaru Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2012
Preach, my brotha, preach. Yo, this dude, speaks th' truth, ya'll! LISTEN!

Man, I can't even begin to tell you how much this applied to how I was, way back when, always blamin' othea people, for my mistakes 'n stuff.

Definetly changed from back then. Of course, I have no projects to finish or anything of that matter, but procrastination was my main stay.

Nowanddays, I got a 9-5...well more like 3-11 (lol), and a come in mad late, but I know every Friday, I gotta pay th' bills, then I gets to chillz. Knowin' that I worked hard, then I get my two chill days (Wednesday & Friday), is all good, man.
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Artgoon Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2012
I think this is the best journal entry I've read .
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thedeadwarrior Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012
So true. I have been trying to bring my ideas to life for centuries but I have been procrastinating a lot. I give myself the excuse of having lots of school work even though I know it is bs because I spend lots of time on youtube (not a big fun of facebook). I can spend at least 20 hours a week bringing my ideas to life while still keeping up with my studies. You sir just opened my eyes. Well so long youtube, so long facebook, so long non education sites, but I guess I can keep DA. But I am going to be honest with you, I really find it difficult to keep myself in a loop even when I try really hard. I have tried a physical and electronic schedule to keep me on track, I have tried managing my time wisely but that never seems to work. Anyone have an idea on how I can get a loop going for me since I know it will help with my education too. I seriously have tried almost everything but I keep on falling back to where I started. Even now I should be studying for a test I know I will fail if I don't study.
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awesomematt95 Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012
Talkin bout an awesomwly-epic journal so much info thanks so much rob XD
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NawrakianSniper Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012  Student Digital Artist
In the 7th paragraph, I fall in there pretty well. Wow thanks for making this journal, i'm someone who does absolutely nothing and yet I have all these requests I promised people i'd finish from months ago, and I have this comic i'm working on where I worked on it for about half a month and just stopped because I got lazy. Even though I really do want to finish it. This journal made me realized how much precious time i'v wasted, thanks for the wake up slap. :)
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andyburgos Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012  Student Artist
oh man thank you for that man.. i get allot of art block and i can't even think of what i'm going to write the next chapters... well anyway thanks rob ^^
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Robaato Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
No problem man, get to it! :lol:
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andyburgos Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012  Student Artist
thanks again
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TheLastInterceptor Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Man, THANK YOU so much for this. And yeah, self-discipline is hard sometimes, but it's a must if you want to get better.
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tshuki Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012  Student General Artist
Even if I don't have kids and such, I still have to earn my living, if I don't get all A's I won't receive scholarship, as my parents don't support me financially anymore, that is my only means to survive, so if someone says - study less and draw more, I simply can't. As well, I think a person who works, has it easier as he needs to work for a number of hours, then he can go home and be free, I don't have a luxury like that, I need to complete laboratory works, spend hours researching a subject and do all my homeworks, I don't have a single free weekend. So I improve very slowly at art, some may say - ditch those 2 hours of procrastinating and draw, but.. I need to see the art my favorite artists have drawn, I need to express my gratitude to them for inspiring me with at least a favorite or small comment, they give me inspiration to continue. Those two hours of procrastination help me a lot, so I don't see anything bad in them.

I don't blame the people who play games 24/7 either - they can live the way they want, the only thing I don't understand it why they feel bad about not improving in art if they are not drawing even though they could to it all the time. And if they love gaming more than drawing, why do they even bother with drawing? They could just work and then play games - they would be a lot more happy that way, and then there would be no guilt about 'not improving'? The same way fishes are born for swimming not flying, if you love gaming the most - maybe you were born to be a gamer? Somehow society considers people who are not doing something with a clear result (like those just reading books or gaming etc.) - lazy bums. And I think those gamers who game all the time then draw something, but don't improve, simply try to appeal to society by doing something with a result (a drawing), and when they see that others are better at it, they whine. They don't see that they are fishes stuck in small borders, the society has made, looking at the birds who were born to fly. If they would just quit appealing to society and dive, they would discover an ocean beneath. (The world of gaming without feeling guilt). What I want to say is - don't do things halfheartedly.

(Sorry for the spam..)
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SCIFIJACKRABBIT Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012  Student Artist
I know this feel :iconforeveraloneplz: :heart:

~ Jack
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shaotemp Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
TRUE DAT!!!
I wish I can show the pictures of me on my computer as I held my son. Not that I'm that successful, talented or anything but I am willing to work hard.
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Zero-Messiah Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012
Gotta be honest, I get what you're saying, but there comes a point where the workload is more than what you can handle, regardless of procrastination. Currently, I am in my sixth week of creating an animation piece (within 3 minutes) and I have till week 8. I am the last to leave class (at twelve in the morning) and recently, the first to arrive (current record has me starting class at 8am, but I arrived at 6.45; the doors simply didn't open until then). Regardless, it is not enough. I am swamped with work, and despite having realized the value of each day, you can't wor faster without dropping the quality of the work. I've stopped seeing each day as a long 24 hour day; I now see each day as ONLY 24 hours; time is not enough.

On the other hand, I could have avoided this if I just made things easier to do from the start, rather than giving myself a challenge. >_>
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TungInCheek Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2012  Student Filmographer
3 minutes seems really long. I've had a similar class and they made the limit about 1 or 1.5 minutes.

Anyway, just animate the scenes that are most important, and try to get away with limited animation (key frames only, or holds, etc.) on scenes that aren't as important.
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Zero-Messiah Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2012
At this point, I've been cutting stuff out, and I have a little under 7 days for submission (although we are technically required to finish in 5 days, on the 21st). I have given up trying to color it, and rushing through the in betweens so that I can start adding the timing and sound effects. Thanks for the advice anyway. XP
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Robaato Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
That's pacing yourself.... I mentioned that in the journal. Haha.

But yeah, you gave yourself a challenge, so when the challenge is over, measure yourself and analyze the results. It's good to give yourself challenges like that, to see how much you can push it. You'd be more happy with the results, finished or not. :nod:
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Phantosanucca Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012
I think it's less laziness and more a crippling addiction to Tumblr.
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JunBowman Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012  Student General Artist
Great Journal. True words.
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KeikiKudasai Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012
4 to 6 hours of sleep (I'll say 5) - 10 hours at work...

I have 9 hours left in the day... My daughter is attached to me soon as I get home. I try to do school work (currently taking 3 college classes). She loves mom so much that I can't get anything done because she's always in my arms until I leave for work the next day. I'll get the hand of it though, lol.
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Gumbogamer Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
I like to think of myself as a hard-working procrastinator. For the most part, if I don't have any commissions/jobs/personal projects(pokemon february, sketchbook filling, etc) to work on I find it super difficult to bring myself to draw after a long day of work, I'd rather just browse the comp in loops for hours or play games. This month will be a lot of that, I'm sure... Till con prep I suppose.
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KonekoRyu Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012   General Artist
I'm sadly in a similar situation to the friend you mentioned. difference is, (albeit a small one) is I'm constantly shifting between drawing and gaming. haven't fully created a set time to draw... although.... I've been on hiatus for a month to recover from a burn out '_';
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Phanteia Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
Aaaaw haha, thanks for this. And the combo metaphor is rather spot on with how it feels.

I find the problem is that creative stuff cannot always be forced, and its so heavily reliant on that magical sparkle to do anything good. I'm on a very demanding graphic design course that is driving me nuts- 13 classroom hours a week, 3 out of 5 days you need new designs, not including the extra two or three projects you need to do in your own time, extraneous essays and presentations, and of course, the reading lists no one bothers with. Still, you've helped prodding me into the idea of devoting a couple of hours a day to what I really love- 15 hours a week sounds pretty nifty!
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spaceyall Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012  Student Interface Designer
Ever since this year and probably before, every weekend I take time out of my Forensics course and open Photoshop to work on my digital sketching (as I've told you via email and dA inbox) and I also work on Illustrator, brushing up skills with inking there and variation of lines, etc. It's been tough and for the moment, I feel like I'm not improving. But I just carry on because the Mondays & Tuesdays I get off, I'm resting my body and finishing any work on Forensics I have.

It becomes hard but the benefits I know will be worth it.
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GoblinHordeStudios Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012   Digital Artist
Ha I like this journal. I realy hate being lazy but sometimes I cant help myself. Im the kind that dose alot at one time and then burns myself out into an art funk. Since drawing is one of my only sources of income Ill somtimes work on commissions for a full 14 hours a day. the rest of the time I spend to take care of my little brothers and sleep.

Im curious How long dose it normaly take for you to finish a picture? I used to be able to get things done pretty fast, If I really wanted I could get a peice finished from sketch to full color in one day but ever since I went digital everything takes three times aslong to finish.
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DoctorSoull Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Such a Pain. -_-
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Bfetish Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Well.. your journal hurts lol. Because I am that "moron". I am a master procratinator.Yet when I need to get things done I get them done. I am a perfectionist and when I do get working I can work as hard and at times harder than anybody else. Your right there really are no excuses because to work or not to work is a choice. The only thing that truly holds us back is ourselves.

But there is one thing that affects lots of people like me and that is depression.And this is a medical and mental issue. I'm the type of person that feeds off the admiration,support and attention of others. Whether its good or bad it effects me as a lot as a person. To be honest I am highly envious and jealous of people like you Robaato to the point it becomes negative. Once I saw your art I added you to my watch list.Yet everytime I see your art and how young and talented you are it makes me doubt myself and scrutinize what I lack as as artist. Your where I should be as an artist.Yet like you stated in your journal I've wasted my 20's and half of 30's procrastinating,playing videogames,not moving forward in my life, having the fear of not being good enough, and just plain being lazy. But I wasn't always like this I did have the "spark" that came with being young and naive.Being naive just opened me up to real world bullshit that effected me mentally.

The art world is an unforgiving place you either sink or swim.Thats life in general. Those like yourself are quick to speak about or blog about people like me and how we need to get up off our ass and get to work. In reality its not that easy when your not only battling your own insecurities but trying to survive and compete among others who will just as soon step on you to get ahead.
My previous sentence may come off as an excuse to those who are highly ambitious.It not an excuse its just what I'm going through as of now. Things can change and I'm taking the steps to change things for the better. Yet I'm taking my own time to get there. As long as as I get where I want to be it doesn't matter how I went about it.

As they say "Don't hate the player,Hate the game". I can't really hate on you because you put the work in to get where you are and where you want to be. And there are some foolz out there that do need to be kicked in the ass so that they can do what they need to do in life. I would consider myself one of those foolz but I consider myself better and stronger. But my strength comes from anger. I only realized that last year. I'm a pretty competitive person and I am also stubborn. Nothing gets me going than when someone pisses me off or pushes me so far that I snap. This is where I find my get up and go as far as getting work done.I am a peaceful and sensitive person by nature yet if you want me to get something done then piss me off.

I wanted to click the unwatch button on your page but I've decided not to. As much as I like your art and your style it also pisses me off lol. I should be at or have surpassed you in terms of skill and getting work done. Yet because of some dumb choices,laziness, and depression my progress is slow.Yet I am progressing. Seeing your art work is a great motivator. ^_^
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Robaato Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
It's never too late, man.

I, for one, know I'm not quick to write about people like that, but I speak about these things because I know I was at once like that. I've just came to a realization earlier than you may have, and there's nothing wrong with that per se, only the person can accuse him or herself of what they're guilty of.

I personally wouldn't use anger to fuel my improvement, it works sometimes, but when disappointment strikes, it'll drag you into a rut. I feel that has to be controlled, having a calmer attitude towards everything in general will get you quite far.

But yeah, I feel I would have a higher skill set as well if I didn't act like such a slacker as a teenager and if I had the Internet at home to learn things on my own like the kids these days. There are people half-to a decade and younger than me who are killing it. But I can't be mad at the world for that. I pushed myself hard and worked with the things available to me at the time. I drew everyday, studied everyday, and tried and experimented different things everyday. And I continue to do that to keep progressing.

Again, it's never too late man. :)
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Bfetish Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
I agree using anger can be counter productive.I've had moments when my mouth and actions would get me into trouble. But for now its the only emotion that fuels me creatively. When disappointment strikes I vent about it,but I move on.
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Tiva19 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012
True words
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RetroDash Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Ahhh this is just what I needed. Thanks man.
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QuesoGr7 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I know that feel bro:iconiknowthatfeelplz:
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Robaato Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Hahaha, thanks for the hug, lol.
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QuesoGr7 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No problem xD
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Lightning-Powered Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional General Artist
So how do you finish a picture or a larger project, that you started a YEAR ago?
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theCHAMBA Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012
AYYYYE MMMENNNNN
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