💡 Respect the Process 💡
Sometimes the hardest thing in the world is letting go.
Letting go of old thought patterns...
Old ways of doing things...
Old hang ups...
Let go of your OLD self.
If it's been done before, it will be done again.
Trust the process. @pnpfitnessteam
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Some old vs new pic of mine. (2005) Top pic is I am 5 years old with my parents sitting on a carriage-like seat. Resembling the horse carriage rides in Vigan. (2019) Bottom pic is a more recent picture of me (thats during December). Picture is heavily edited though. I kinda look dorky at the bottom pic, but important is I made it for comparison to the old pic. I kinda look like a geek nowadays...
The seats from the old pic is different from below but its similar. I'll just think that either the seats are in a different location or it was renovated.
Suspension has come a long ways in the last 100 years. In the beginning shocks really didn’t help at all but shocks nowadays, let vehicles go to the extremes like in the video. All video rights go to @fox . Check them out after you check out our page!
Improvement throughout December 2015 to December 2019!
(pls dont look at the thumb in the second pic i beg u)
Some guy on g+ had commented on the second pic that i still hadn't learnt how to draw hands. I still haven't now *cri*
2014 was around the time that I started drawing seriously and got that far when I actually took up drawing every single day. It was fun, obviously, and gave me a place to let my feelings pour out. As time progressed, my art kept getting better along with the quality of my art tools. But the time that I could take out for art started getting lesser and lesser. That's why the major improvements that I got those times aren't the same now. I hardly get any improvements in my art because I don't get enough time to make improvements. So folks, if you are considering art seriously, practice as much as you can right now! Those big artists aren't lying when they say that practice makes a person perfect!
I don't want to assume that I'm perfect, I know that I never will be. But I can strive to be a little better than I was tomorrow :) #artimprovement #oldartvsnewart#oldvsnew#whatdoiputhere