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How would you categorize your present art creation habits? 

46%
1,858 deviants said Intermittent - I go through phases where I make art frequently, then long chunks where there's little or no art for whatever reason.
17%
683 deviants said Spotty at Best - My creative juice seems to be gone more than it comes, but when it does show up, I crank 'em out.
15%
607 deviants said Active - I spend the majority of my time in the art making process, but there's still times when I take short breaks from it.
12%
489 deviants said Perpetual - I feel like I NEVER stop making things or thinking about making things.
10%
393 deviants said All Washed Up - I'm totally in a funk right now and nothing is happening.

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exewon Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014
I'm washed up at the moment. Probably because I'm still just a beginner and everything I draw is pretty much crap anyway. So whenever I try to draw I get frustrated because I expect way to much from myself. It probably doesn't help either that I'm constantly looking at people who are way better at drawing then myself either ^^;

Oh well, I'll keep trying to fix my drawing habbits and try to lower my expectations about my own work. See if that works ^^;
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SenshiStock Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Draw every day!!
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BisexualZuko Featured By Owner Edited Aug 18, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Somewhere between active and perpetual - I'm always thinking about either my stories or ideas to draw, or it feels like I'm always thinking about it. I tend to mostly just doodle and sketch during the week and do more involved, finished pieces on the weekends when I have time and my girlfriend's there to encourage me and throw ideas and crit.
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DBAce9Aura Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2014  Student General Artist
Somewhere between the third and fourth option.

Though I must say that even with getting halfway to grasping the flow of the gesture, my lines end up being wobbly, regardless of how I handle my pencil (or whatever drawing tool I use). It's also interfering with my ability to grasp the proportions (just to further establish some context, I'm attempting to "learn the rules before breaking them" so to speak) of the figure, among other things (perspective, composition, stylization, you name it). It bugs me because I feel like I'm slipping through the cracks without leaving a mark, particularly a good one in the form of an "actual" drawing.
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cheethawolf Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, in my school I´m in the art specialization, so, I should be doing what I was born to do, but for some reason I sometimes don´t like it because when it comes to art, I definitely hate other people telling me what to do. Not like the teacher has a regimen or stuff, I understand she has to teach us all the techniques, but I don´t like to be told what kind of art to do. I mean, for me, it has much more pros than cons, but cons still exist.
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SenshiStock Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
It's not as much fun to do the art other people tell you to do xD
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cheethawolf Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah, sometimes I have trouble with teachers e.e anyway, I like the school ;D
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Wolfypaints Featured By Owner May 21, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
I can't stop - even if I'm not posting I'm piling up papers somewhere full of messy scribbles.  I've never been able to stop, and when I'm forced to stop (work, being too exhausted every day) I get amazingly depressed. 
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SenshiStock Featured By Owner May 21, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
JUST KEEP DRAWING
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Wolfypaints Featured By Owner May 22, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
and I use senshistock when I get stuck! 
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