While I do feel a bit underrated about my art, the ammount of something one could call love, makes me do my art, it keeps me alive even though I feel a bit empty inside…
Whole thing is about that I don’t get many attention, I never looked for it because I won’t do something that I wouldn’t enjoy seeing myself, and even though I’m not too popular, friends that I made in this fandom are such an awesome people, they can be so kind and nice and I feel better only drawing for that one person who needs cheering up instead of drawing for 100 people only for notes on tumblr on dA.
- Submitted by splitpersonalitypony
Sure their art may not be great yet but they have the potential to grow artistically! Just because the art they produce can’t rival any of the great names yet doesn’t mean they should be pushed aside and ignored.
- Submitted by ask-spitfire-thewonderbolt
The artist manages to capture and exaggerate (in a good way) every little detal so that the painting blends with a flowing harmony. Sure they’re not perfect, everyone has room to improve, but the mod never fails to disappoint me with each new piece he/she creates.
- Submitted by ask-ay
I mean really, shut up, I get that you don’t see it as good as the audience, and that you want constructive criticism and all, but you take your own art too seriously if you agonize over it.
It’s a hobby. Something that doesn’t really matter like other, more practical things. so stop acting like some sort of insane fretful artist type and just enjoy what you make.
- Submitted by adrianbrony
, but I’m worried I wouldn’t be able to keep up with it or stay impartial.
I know most people probably wouldn’t even notice it, not to mention well known artists don’t need more advertising.
- Submitted by ponamona
… as long as you can explain how or why they’ve never been mentioned in the show
- Submitted by clockworktimekeeper
I understand why it happens whether it be real life issues art block ect. but it just seems to happen without fail and it’s a great disapointment to me
- Submitted by ashmourne
The art style is really nice and relaxing in a way and the mod is incredibly nice.
- Submitted by martyandmurray
Getting sick of people saying that they will “never be as good as other artists/their followers/popular artist x”.
Do you know how they became good? Talent doesn’t fall out of the sky, y’know. Many of them have been drawing for most of their lives- Practicing and studying for most of their lives. That’s what made them good artists. Go find out how long one of your favorite artists has been drawing- probably for longer than you think.
You can be as good as them if you spend enough time as they do. You just have to dedicate yourself to what you love and study hard- it’s worth the sweat and tears.
I’d also like to say as an artist that I’ve taught myself to draw many things, and FIM ponies have been one of the easiest to learn how to draw. There are plenty of nifty pony anatomy tutorials that you can combine with regular art tutorials (such as painting, cell shading ect.) to help you make beautiful pony art.
Believe in yourself and work your flank off, because despite what you may feel about yourself, you DO have the potential to be just as good as other artists. All you need is some dedication and patience.
Speaking honestly, it’s true. I first created a blog just to have some fun with my friends. I kept at it and I got some followers yes. But it seems as though I have been “followed” by people, then ignored by them. In hopes, maybe people will go past those “famous” blogs and come talk with us smaller ones.
- Submitted by datrandompony
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