Well I kind of find it easier because I love it, and even if it is not what I exactly planned in my head, in my eyes it will be perfect. Well of course when you come back a few years later and you eventually got better at drawing, when you watch this same drawing, you ask yourself : "Man did was I drawing that bad ?", but to get back at the subject XD I find it easier just because you love it ^^
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I think its a both answer for me, but it deeps on what Im drawing. I don't particularly like to draw alot of fan art for one series and the fact that its not completely possible for our brains to completely get an image of what we want to do.
I think for me, its harder, because we all like to draw from our imaginations.
Well, from a building's perspective (since that's really all I can draw), I find it helps to love the subject you're actually working on, for it's the love of that object that makes you put the time and effort into actually drawing it. Same with photos, which is probably why I have so many of myself.
From a writing standpoint, I definitely find it's easier to write about a person I love rather than someone I hate. Like with the buildings, I find it's the love of said person that helps one to focus.
Harder. I'm generally okay with fan art (cause it's a fun challenge to interpret characters in my own style and still have them be recognisable), but drawing friends/family? Impossible. The closer they are to me, the more impossible it is because I want to get it perfect.