A friend of mine back in 2010 wanted me to draw some picture of her fursona (with no description, if memory serves me right), so I drew one down and it came out like total crap because I was still starting out fresh back then.
Two years later, she wants to get into drawing and wanted me to help her. I sketched down a quick reference of a fox, not consciously thinking about her fursona. In 10 minutes I managed to sketch down something that isn't no Rembrandt, but it's a fuck of a lot better than the fecal matter from two years ago.
This is a clear example of applied diligence. It took two years to make this kind of progress, proving the adage of practice makes perfect.
6 years ago
25 Nov 2012 17:23 CET
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