I've never met an artist who started out making amazing pieces of artwork. It takes time and effort to develop your talent and voice (which can be as important as the talent). As an artist, you want to be saying something unique--something that excites you, consumes you, tells your story, or feeds your soul in some way. How do you get to that point? Practice. No, it's not the easiest thing in the world, but it works. Get a sketchbook, get several, use plain white paper, or scraps of napkin. Whatever you have available, use it. Practice, practice, practice. That's how you get better, and that's how you find what you want to say. Below, you can see a snippet of Abraham Hunter's journey as he continues to improve himself. 

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