To artists:  
     If you ever start to doubt your own progress as an artist, and you’re afraid that you’re just not getting any better, try drawing a quick doodle with your off hand, and then draw the same picture with your dominant hand. The drawing done by your off hand is how you drew when you were at square one. It felt clumsy and difficult. That’s you when you were first picking up a pen, pencil, or crayon to doodle as a little kid. In a way, it’s like you’re going back in time.
     Now look at the drawing you did with your dominant hand. That’s a product of all your practice, repetition, failure, success and dedication as an artist. It may not be the most technically sound drawing, or the most impressive or beautiful, but it’s still pretty damn good considering where you started from. You’ve come a really long way and have improved so much! And you did that through lots and lots of practice. So don’t stop now! 
     Just keep drawing and having fun. You’re doing a really great job. : )
~Bluewuwei

To artists:  

     If you ever start to doubt your own progress as an artist, and you’re afraid that you’re just not getting any better, try drawing a quick doodle with your off hand, and then draw the same picture with your dominant hand. The drawing done by your off hand is how you drew when you were at square one. It felt clumsy and difficult. That’s you when you were first picking up a pen, pencil, or crayon to doodle as a little kid. In a way, it’s like you’re going back in time.

     Now look at the drawing you did with your dominant hand. That’s a product of all your practice, repetition, failure, success and dedication as an artist. It may not be the most technically sound drawing, or the most impressive or beautiful, but it’s still pretty damn good considering where you started from. You’ve come a really long way and have improved so much! And you did that through lots and lots of practice. So don’t stop now! 

     Just keep drawing and having fun. You’re doing a really great job. : )

~Bluewuwei