Why haven't you started drawing yet, robots? It's a cheap and easy to pick up hobby, all you have to do is practice.
You'll feel better if you create things each day, something you can look at and be proud of, knowing that YOU made it. Something completely unique to you, something that wouldn't have existed if you killed yourself last year.
A good place to start is Andrew Loomis' "Fun With a Pencil", and you can get it for free with the rest of his books here: http://www.alexhays.com/loomis/
I've drawn all my life, and I've always been shit.
I'm not going to stop, because I find it therapeutic, but I do know I'll never be any good.
Might do another life drawing session this Saturday.
I picked it up at the start of the year, then remembered why I stopped when I was younger. If you aren't genetically predisposed to easily pick up drawing, you're fucked. If you didn't start drawing young, you're fucked.
Maybe you'll get lucky, though. Pic related, this is from an old woman who tried to learn. People thought being bad was a stylistic choice, so they put it on a pedestal. Some of her work is in the white house now.
>draw okay with pen & paper
>draw okay with mouse
>ask for wacom drawing tablet for christmas
>can't draw for shit with wacom
>tfw haven't touched it in weeks
I draw even worse with a tablet. I imagined drawing all kinds of cool stuff, maybe staring my own webcomic etc. but goddamn it's so difficult to draw with a tablet.
>live off on it by selling paintings to rich people in home country
>sometimes do requests like stencil shit
>do it all the fucking time
>can't stop because i never even finished high school
>actually kind of rich for my age
I can't even remember the last time i drew on paper.