Drawing and Writing...
Writing and Drawing...
They may be two different things, but they're exactly the same one thing.
I know that doesn't even make any sense, but I know a way to make it easier to understand. When you are writing a story. You get so attached to your characters, to your world, to your everything actually, that when you pause a book or finish a book (in my case it's pause) those characters from your story will nudge at your head and won't stop till you write with them again.
Drawing is the same thing. When you're drawing, you become so attached to your drawings that it's hard when you have to give them away. They look so perfect and beautiful that it just breaks your heart to see them go.
Can you tell how writing and drawing are similar now?
I just finished drawing a lion and it looks spectacular. I mean, beyond spectacular. It's really beautiful. But, my older sister says that it's so great that she wants to me to give it to a friend. Yet... I don't know if I can gather up the courage and give it away. Oh well.
There are two pictures below. To the left is the picture that inspired me to draw a duplicate and to the right is the picture I am drawing next. :3
Wish me luck guys!
(BTW, I think Inspired Art has something new... Go check it out!)
I am the Smol Scribble. I came to realize that, even though the first drafts of books aren't perfect, they are the closest to my heart...
The Ancient Past of the Scribbler
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