Why can’t I draw properly anymore?
Whenever we don’t feel inspired and have no desired outcome in our heads, it can be hard to start drawing anything at all. If you can’t see where you’re going and don’t feel good about it, it makes sense that your brain could mistranslate this as losing your ability to draw altogether.
Why can’t I draw when I want to?
This is probably the most common reason why people struggle with drawing. They simply need more practice to get better. Drawing is a skill and like with any other skill, you can’t expect to get better without practicing it.
Can you lose the skill to draw?
How do I get my drawing back?
Why is it so hard to draw?
Is drawing good for your brain?
How can I motivate myself to draw again?
How do I start sketching?
How do adults get back into art?
Is it OK to not draw everyday?
Why is it so hard to sit down and draw?
What is an art block?
Does drawing get easier?
How many hours a day should you practice drawing?
It’s possible to see improvements by drawing only 1-2 hours per day. But if you want to see significant improvements you should be aiming for 5-6 hours per day, or more if possible.