Thanks, that is very sweet.
I may occasionally dislike my artwork, but normally I am just pushing my performance rate. Trying to encourage myself to learn to be better, much like a sports coach would do.
I strongly disagree with this. Players have said they wish that they could draw like me, or that they can't draw like me and that makes them sad or depressed.
Which makes me sad.
(Speaking to other artists)
Don't focus on copying my style of art. We each have our own style and set of creativity, and I would hate to be the reason you never discovered your own. I love looking through all the other art topics of other people, because everyone is different. You all view art differently, and express feelings and actions in your own way.
For the record, I am not one to say "everyone's a winner", haha. There are some people who would paint one stroke, turn the canvass sideways, come up with a prophetic-sounding name for it, and sell it for a million dollars. And yet other people who really aren't trying, and just say that if you can't "read" or understand the art they've created, that's your fault.
And if you are speaking of the quality of my artwork:
If I say I don't like a certain creation I made, and you think it is better then something you made, it doesn't mean that what you made is bad. All I mean, is that what I did is not up to my usual standards, and it is not a step forward in learning. I am on a journey to expand my skills, just like anyone else, and we all can be at different points of that journey. I can easily look ahead to those who are farther than me, and say my art is horrible. But those people have already made the mistakes I have, and learned from their experience.
Does this make sense?