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Hey IC do you guys ever have periods of time (a few weeks, a few months) where you're constantly creating really good content (creative, dynamic poses, good colours and so on) and then it suddenly stops and you feel like you can't draw anymore? And you go and study as you normally do or hell, even add more to your study load, but you're still stuck?
How would you go about getting out of a bad art funk? Or just share stories about those downer periods in your artistic career.
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Whenever I paint anything from a reference photo, I divide it with a grid into nine squares and do the same on my paper, so I can get an indication of where everything should be.
I tried doing it free hand, without a grid, and it turned out horribly.
I know that the obvious answer is practice, but is there anything else I can do to help me?