|Tattoo Parlor Door 5x3" watercolour study on paper|
Bad days happen to the best of us but for some of us that doesn't mean we can just take the day off. The other day I read a really great tweet, I know how hard that is to believe, from a comic book artist. I wish I could remember who so I could give credit. Anywho, they suggested that on a really good day, when you're feeling sharp that's when you draw faces and extra difficult poses. On mediocre days draw the backgrounds and when you're just not feeling up to snuff, draw in the panels. You could even save stuff like erasing pencil lines for bad days. Same goes for any other kind of painting, drawing, sculpting, etc. If you're having an off day maybe that's the day to gesso panels or stretch canvas. Just keep working and I'll keep you posted if there are ever any more intelligent tweets out there.