I draw around 8 hours a day for my job on a good day.
I'm lucky if I get an hour a day drawing for myself.
I know some of you are professionals, some have jobs, and some like me are unemployed.
Up until recently I was being exceedingly lazy and playing too much Halo (and my skills in drawing have suffered, though I am pretty good at Halo 3 now), but recently I have been drawing more.
I am now hitting between three and four hours a day. How about you guys?
Also, I seem to have forgotten how to draw legs. Any tips?
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I wake up in the morning and go downstairs to the studio, and then head back up to my bedroom when it's time to go to bed. On a day when I don't have anywhere to go or anything else going on, I average about 10 hours of actual drawing.
I've only been able to draw about 4 hours a week recently. Sucks.
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I'm pretty non stop as well.
Probably about 8 to 9 hours on average.
Weekends used to be free, but now I'm drawing then as well.
non of it for me. All work related.
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Maybe 3 hours a month. If that.
Just too busy with my day job and then wasting time when I get home to unwind to draw.
I need to draw more.
I'll be dead soon, then there's be no more time for excuses or drawing.
I've been going through the same thing, shadeofgreen. Just sitting on my ass doing nothing constructive and whatnot. Up until recently, though, I've been really pushing myself to draw as much as possible, up to about 6 or 7 hours a day. I can do more, I just need to discipline myself.
I usually put in an 8 hour day, but sometimes it can be a 12 hour day, or many times I might have to pull several all-nighters. Freelancing is deadline-centric. I have worked for three days straight with almost no sleep before--it sucks, but sometimes you are handed a near-impossible task where deadlines are concerned. If I have a reasonable deadline (and I don't always get jobs with reasonable deadlines), then I'd say that working about 8 hours per day is my average work duration. I do take a lunch and of course there's bathroom breaks, and a few chances to get up and stretch.