How important is time when it comes to drawing?

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bovinlep
August 21 at 9:54am

"if the objective quality of the art is disproportionate to the time it took to make it" meaning that for instance, no, the Sistine Chapel doesn't count. It took 4 years, but the end result really shows it.

We're talking about "mediocre anime drawing that took a damn week" levels.

  • Faster time means skill - if the objective quality of the art is disproportionate to the time it took to make it, it has less value
     
  • Slower time means you're meticulous - time has no bearing on the value of the finished piece
     

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brsajo
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October 20 at 5:46pm
The more time you put into a piece, the better the end result. There is an exponential rate at which the amount of time becomes less worth the effort, however.
Frosticoord
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August 22 at 8:49am
Amount of time put into a drawing doesn't make it worth any less, but it's also good to keep in mind that you'll get faster at producing quality work the more you practice.
bovinlep
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August 22 at 9:43pm
Idk, I feel like I'm getting slower and slower, which terrifies me more than it probably should.
Leoparddir
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August 23 at 5:57pm
If you're experimenting with new techniques or still trying to get to grips with your method, you probably will slow down. It's not necessarily a bad thing, it could mean that you're improving a lot, and as you get more confident with your method, you'll speed up too!
bovinlep
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August 23 at 9:16pm
At best, it's probably a case of me noticing more mistakes and then trying to correct them, at least, I hope it's the case.