By Dermot O' Connor | Thursday, September 10, 2015
Fear plagues every creative person to some degree. Fear of starting a drawing or a project, or fear of finishing it—because then you have to exhibit the work to the public.
This is not the fear of constructive criticism, which is healthy in any studio; I’m talking about an inhibiting voice in your head. A kind of demon.
I’ve seen first-rate artists crippled by something as ethereal as an insecurity complex, rendering them unable to complete their own projects or fully realize their potential. They leave work unshown, half finished—or never begun.
This is why you must be self aware about how you approach your work, and do so in a healthy manner. A change of thinking can have astonishing consequences. It did for me.
Let me show you how …
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