I know some of you won't take the time to stop and watch- I don't blame you, I have tons of things to work on too and don't always have the time or ability (ex. Whilst using a mobile device) to watch. Thus, I'll tell you.
A man named Phil Hansen wanted to become an artist and went to art school. Unfortunately for him, he was unable to draw a straight line. Phil's hands would constantly shake. He kept trying though, and would clutch the pen tighter and tighter to attempt to steady his hand. It didn't work, and caused him a lot of pain. Phil would drop out of art school and gave up on his dream of being an artist. Later, he would see a neurologist and was diagnosed with nerve problems, making it obvious why he could only draw bendy lines. When he told his doctor this, his doctor said,
"Why not embrace the shake?"That's what he did. Phil made wonderful pictures with squiggly lines and odd shapes. Later he found different ways entirely of making art: Using his feet, doing karate chops, and all sorts of great ideas. Phil found a way to do what he loves despite his obstacles. He doesn't want to be perfect: He wants to embrace the imperfection.
It's because of people like Phil that I have confidence in doing art despite my obstacles. I hope you never give up on your dream despite your obstacles.