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There’s always something, isn’t there? Something that keeps you from your easel, away from your paints and pencils?

I have two of these “stumbling blocks” myself—one is blogging (well, the internet in general) and the other is just feeling too tired to start in on a new project. I think it helps to know your weaknesses, though, because with some planning you can often work around those stumbling blocks ahead of time.

So what’s yours? Feel free to vote below, or add a new one if you’d like.

What one thing seems to always keep you from making art?
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