>How does one stop being a NGMI faggot
Stop being ashamed of your "shitty" work, for starters.
There's a difference between knowing the flaws in your art and wanting to kys everytime you draw something (which also happened to me, which is why, besides some placeholder assets that I don't have to put a lot of effort into, I haven't drawn anything in months).
And there's also a difference between being "deviantART 14-year-old weeb who doesn't think they need to improve" tier and appreciating or liking what you can do now (while recognizing your art's flaws), so don't worry too much about lacking self-awareness either.
After all, what's the point of being obsessed about "making it", if that mentality is what's preventing you from drawing? Thinking about your long-term goals all the time, instead of focusing on the present, is bad.
Who cares if you're not as good as you would like to be? No one, except yourself and people like the insecure fags at /ic/.
Maybe showing your art to non-artists and friendly artists (in other words, getting positive attention and validation) would motivate you. But don't be ashamed of accepting the praise. Remember, it's a process and you'll improve little by little, and there's no "good and bad"; there's a range of skill.>>998
It's definitely also an /ic/ thing>>1002
As far as I've seen, "soulless grinding" doesn't work, while focusing on improving specifically what you want
to draw better does.>I have so many ideas in my head but it doesn't matte
Then draw more things that you can
draw, things that you know will look good enough to not kill your motivation.