That won’t work for me because I never go into panic mode. You forget just how laid back I am, Tom. lol
There’s nothing wrong with it at all. I know artists that can crank out tons of art in a short amount of time. Others, like you and me, take longer. It doesn’t really matter how long it takes to make piece as long as the end product is what the artist set out to do.
However, being slow becomes a problem (for me at least) when time is limited. For instance, right now. It is just past 12:30am (I got home an hour ago). I need to be in the bed by 3 or 4. That gives me about 2 to 3 hours to draw. If I’m lucky I could get a finished sketch drawn in that time. Inking and coloring are out of the question.
However, I can’t decide on what to draw and I’ll spend who knows how long trying to decide. There are days when I’m certain on what I want to accomplish and can dive right into it, but right now I’m going through a block and am very indecisive. It honestly kind of bumming me out.
I know the only way to fix it is to push through it, put pencil to paper, and draw whatever comes out, but I haven’t figured out how to kick myself in the ass to get motivated enough to do it.