It’s not what it looks like

Ok it is. I’m avoiding my figure drawing project. It’s a “Nocturnal assignment” meaning it has to look like it’s at night. I took some pics last night for it, but I really have no motivation to work on it. I know it won’t be nearly as good as other people’s in the class. I’m in a bad mood because this morning was just not a good drawing day for me. I didn’t really like either of the two poses and everyone in my class still seemed to do a fantastic job. It just frustrates me sometimes! I am sorry I’m compalining and whining, but you don’t have to keep reading if you don’t want to obviously.
Other than my drawing project, I also need to paint something for my brother’s birthday. I have a awesomely huge 2ft by 4ft canvas, but my biggest brush is only an inch thick. haha. SO I can either pout and put that off too, or I can not paint the intire canvas and just draw or write something cool on it. Still deciding on that.
Also, I have to start thinking about my final project in Photo1. It’s completely open, which means I can do anything I want. Perfect right? I can do WHATEVER I WANT! Well… this makes me anxious because with such a possiblity for greatness, also comes the expectation that the result will be great. Well what if mine isn’t great? My TA will be thinking, “you had no limits and all this time, and this is what you did with it?” All this project means is that I’m going to be stuck figuring out what will be worthy of shooting and making something out of, while my classmates will knowingly be doing their best and very favorite thing- being awesome.
I just want it to be summer already because I am just creatively drained right now. I think I need to read my new book that deals with this very issue.

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