This is about bad art in the conventional sense that you may think of, art that maybe won't sell or get any compliments or even look pretty.
This is honestly so important. I didn't create just about anything for four years just because I knew it'd be shit
I think it's so hard to break past beginnerhood sometimes because we are so terrified of making something that isn't accepted by a group of my/your peers.
Then you need to just create a piece with no goal in mind, move the pen against the paper and don't care if it looks pretty.
It's about pushing past the point of wanting to be good, in order to be an artist.
Anything and everything that you can draw has merit. Even if its only job is to help you discover what doesn’t work well.
All practice os valuable.