Don’t Force Your Art

Drawing isn’t about anything, other than making. It’s that simple. It’s not about showing off. Don’t draw because someday you hope people in the 1% will bid obscene amounts of money for your work. Draw because, like any form of art, you want to.

Drawing is about practicing the craft. You create because you want to. Yes, you can get paid. You can make money from you art. But, you have to ask yourself one question: would you…

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Vincent Vicari, MPA

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Artist, illustrator, and writer inspiring others through Personal Development and Creativity. See more at https://vincentvicariart.com

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