Take action wrong.
Cartoonists, writers, performers, actors, filmmakers, we all get the same questions. And we all have uninteresting, stock answers like ‘draw every day' or ‘practice a lot'. Sometimes it is because we can't say for sure what we did right. However the real explanation is that just of advice we give you has an termination date. The world of art is always changing. The things people just like, the way those ideas are sent out and distributed is always changing. By the time you put in all that practice to get great at what someone else told you is the way everything is done, they will aren't carried out that way any more. The only sure way for being great at what you do is to break the rules. Designed for the benefit of being a rebel, although so that you can generate something you only can make, in ways only you can make it. If you do something wrong well enough, it might be the new proper. So here will be 5 steps in the right way to undertake it wrong.
STEP 1 : Practice
To become good musician:
Focus on producing perfect art. Don't display weakness. Utilize the tools that everyone else suggests. If you can't pull hands, push them in storage compartments. If you can't bring feet, harvest them off the page. If you're not very good in a instrument, perform something much easier. If you're not really knowledgable within a subject, come up with something else.
To turn into a great specialist:
Just make a variety of crappy art. Do things wrong. Trust me, however, art you think is great, give it a few years and you'll think really crap. To as well shoot for the celestial satellite. Grab tools that no person else features ever even imagined applying, and see what happens. Draw everybody on race horses even though you understand the legs are going to come out all weird. Perform that long, opulent monologue you already know you're going to forget the words to. Film that science fictional works epic although the only animal effects you may afford happen to be sticking Halloween stuff on your own cat. Doing things you know you can't do well so that you can carry out them afterwards is the entire idea lurking behind exercise....