Very often, I have a major problem with drawing. I'm scared that I will fail at the goal even before I begin making the picture. That is, I simply cannot even start the sketching process because I'm scared it will be awful.
So I did a little training for myself. Like, an M6-series of drawings, nothing complex, with generic backgrounds, etc. I had a simple goal — to draw as fast as I can. No thoughts, no pauses, no major corrections. Just to keep drawing without looking back, no matter how bad it's turning out.
And, well, here is the result. Approximately 40-50 minutes from the scratch, for each one.
Indian ink, 6xA5.
Characters (C) Lauren Faust et al.