I friendship them? Mostly? With the right fic I’m sure I could dig it but otherwise FRIENDSHIP.
Sam/Steve on the other hand hell yeh I will board that flight. American Airlines awayyy
Just saw winter soldier and like wow what a good show, so over the top in all the best ways…except shaky cam, that needs to die. BUT OTHERWISE SO GOOD, WOW, A+ FIGHT SCENES, EVEN THAT HILARIOUS ONE WITH STEVE VS A JET. Also so many tumblr posts make so much sense now hah.
But yeah basically now I just wanna watch cap’n, Sam and Natasha have adventures for like 5 more movies can that be a thing.
Hydra still has the goofiest salute tho. no amount of badassery can take that away. Actually the entire movie was pretty hilariously goofy but that’s not a bad thing at all I LOVED IT
Oh hell yeah, haha. I’d love to see that, go right ahead.
Hi! Thanks for the message. I recently got a job where I have to draw every work day, which has actually spurred me to draw for myself much more (thus the flood of centaurs and also wrist pains harhar). But yeah, in regards to trying to keep up with regular drawing, it’s all really up to how you personally work…
Learning how to do casual doodles is probably the best thing you can do if you struggle with motivation. If you’re always looking to put something out ‘finished’, there’s potential for paralyzing yourself because nothing seems good enough, or maybe you can’t figure out what you want to devote your time to. A big motivation for me is drawing my own (and loonriderx's) ideas and characters out, personally. Fandom is another good way to keep the creative flow going, too. I'd watch Face Off, see the prompts on there, and doodle out what kind of monster I'd be interested in seeing, or expand on a concept that a contestant started. Pets are a great subject for sketching too. But those are my interests. I like creatures, so that's an easy go for me. If you're more of a storyteller, maybe sketch out a little sequence, like a storyboard.. Or if you're more observational, that's great, sketch roughs of things in your room, your street, etc. If you're more into people, find a face you like, celebrity or random person on google, and try and do a related doodle whenever you can. There are those '30 day prompt' projects that might work for you too, though I've never been too good with them because once I feel 'obligated' to do something my brain turns around and nopes out of there.
TLDR; find your passion, and go nutty with the doodles. Doodle even if you don’t have a current passion, just draw from what’s around you, whatever aesthetic pleases you. Give yourself permission to draw stuff that you might personally not think is up to par- designate a sketchbook as your ‘ugly’ book if that helps. Don’t get overly attached to your sketches, consider them a base that you can expand on for when you’re feeling motivated. Every bit of art you do contributes to your overall skill. Think of it like a slow flow of EXP, lol.