#the war of art#

Art is to create a reality of 

“The most important thing about art is to work. Nothing else matters except sitting down every day and trying and practicing.

Yes, the desire to create art is a powerful one, and it can be both exciting and intimidating. If you find yourself in the midst of a war of art in your mind, where you are torn between wanting to be an artist and feeling unsure of your abilities, know that you are not alone. I am also with you and experience this same internal conflict.

But the good news is that it is possible to find our way through it and emerge on the other side as confident and successful artists. One of my friends suggested me some tips that I want to share with you.

say things with colors and shapes

First and foremost, it’s important to acknowledge that becoming an artist is not an easy path. It takes hard work, dedication, and a willingness to put yourself out there and take risks. However, if you have a true passion for creating art, then the rewards can be immeasurable.

The first steps to becoming an artist are to start creating from today. Yes, I love sketching and drawing and try to make time every day to practice and hone my skills.

I started to Set goals for myself

Yes, I set a goal to self-completing 10 sketches per week. I know this is difficult but I do not worry about when finding my number short. I think it is important thing is to keep creating and learning.

Another important aspect of becoming an artist is to study the work of others. I always observe the techniques and styles of artists I admire and try to incorporate what I like into my own work

Art as a Spiritual Experience


Join online classes

I had joined online classes the last year and continued to date. I try to attend art shows and exhibitions whenever got an opportunity and take note of what I enjoy and what inspires me.

I know that the more I expose myself to different types of art, the more well-rounded and informed I will become.

Surround with a supportive community

It’s also essential to surround ourselves with a supportive community. Seek out other artists and creative individuals who share our passion for art.

I feel that Joining art groups, attending workshops and classes, and participating in art-related events help me to find new ideas. This not only provides opportunities for feedback and collaboration but also helps me stay motivated and inspired.

Another important factor in the war of art is overcoming self-doubt.

It’s easy to get caught up in negative thoughts and to feel like your work isn’t good enough. However, it’s important to remember that every artist goes through periods of self-doubt.

Yes,  It’s natural to be critical of your own work, but it’s important not to let it hold you back.  I use my self-doubt as a motivator to push myself harder and to strive for improvement.

Set realistic expectations

One way to combat self-doubt is to set realistic expectations for yourself… Don’t expect to create a masterpiece overnight, and don’t compare your work to others. This is a very important lesson I taught by my drawing teacher. Everyone has their own unique journey and artistic style, so focus on developing your own skills and style rather than trying to emulate others.

It’s also important to realize that mistakes and failures are a natural part of the artistic process.  I Don’t hesitate to try new things and take risks. Sometimes the best work comes out of mistakes or unexpected results. Embrace the unknown and trust in your own abilities.

Artist is known for his vision

Creative work is not a selfish act or a bid for attention on the part of the actor. It’s a gift to the world and every being in it. Don’t cheat us of your contribution. Give us what you’ve got.”
― Steven Pressfield,

Finally, don’t forget the importance of perseverance. Becoming an artist takes time and effort, and there will inevitably be setbacks along the way. It’s important to stay focused and determined, even when the going gets tough.

This is my keyword – Keep creating, keep learning, and keep pushing myself to be the best artist I can be.

Friends, the war of art in our mind may feel daunting, but it’s important to remember that becoming an artist is a journey, not a destination.

We have to be ready for practicing our skills, studying the work of others, and surrounding ourselves with a supportive community.

Imagination is the grandchild of nature

Yes, I want to encourage everyone to explore the power of creative expression in their own lives, whether through art therapy or other forms of creative expression. Engaging in creative activities can be a wonderful way to reduce stress, improve mood, and gain insight into our inner selves.

Come on, go ahead and try out that art class or writing workshop – you never know where it might lead.

Thank you for taking the time to read this blog. I hope that you found it informative and helpful. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to share them.

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23 replies

  1. 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏💐💐☺️👍😀🤗👌💯
    There is no word to express how much genius you are.
    Got energized through your post.
    My mind draws many things on the screen of my mind. But I can’t draw on canvas.
    You have given us straight lines to follow to create an art of imagination.
    Online classes are there, that I didn’t know.
    Thank you so much for sharing your valuable suggestions for a start to become an artist.
    Have a blissful day.
    Regards ☺️🙏

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  2. Congratulations for your YouTube channel 🎉👏

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  3. I always love your art!!
    Best wishes

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  4. Nothing is impossible in life.Only thing is the willingness to do and comply.I have seen your sketches, paintings and drawings.It shows that you have taken utmost care for improvement.Similarly your blog speaks many things about you that your sincerity, dedication and honesty.I observed your punctuality in reviewing our email comment.All the best for your effort and learning at this age.

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