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Posting photos daily - how I feel about it

I've been posting my works in Twitter daily now 36 days. I have new views about this, then before I started Inktober. Before I was thinking so carefully, about what I'm showing to world. Does everything has to be perfect was literally for remind myself, to remember not to take art always as seriously. I posted with that post my random sketches. Well now I feel, that I'm posting random sketches at everyday! It's good to show the down sides and imperfections time to time, but as content creator, it's not the best to send too much of those. It should be more about things you love to do and see. I keep looking other creators and feel that I'm so much worse then they are with something. I think we all keep forgetting that someone might been practicing something even decades. I'm not going to be as talented  in a year with Photoshop, then someone who went to schools for things like that and does it everyday for living. Thankfully it's not just how good you are with some style or tools, it's also about our artistic eye and how you see the world. About what you want to share with the world.

This leads us to the good sides with posting everyday my works. I'm not happy at everyday, about what I got done. The whole idea of Inktober was to practise and get better. That's the biggest thing I got from it. I have timeline to see my own progress. There is ups and downs, but I'm seeing now something I didn't saw before. I see myself getting better. That's not easy thing to observe yourself. Also if you aren't in school or working with arts, it's not easy to encourage and inspire yourself to keep practising day after day, week after week. Posting gives just enough pressure for myself to do it. No too much to crush me. Knowing that there is people, who are waiting to see it, can be really big power to keep working. Positive feedback is thousand times more important, then I ever waited it to be, before I started to write.


Also before this I often felt, that I don't do much. Sure I do more now. Even more then I've shared online. Put actually seeing in somewhere, what all I got done in a month, makes me feel so much more productive person. And of course I love it that with Creative Every Day challenge it can be and will be more then just drawing. More in Twitter @FromMadeByMeri




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