I go through this all the time. It feels horrible when you think your own friends and family only appreciate you only because you can draw.
And I hate when it pressures people to be a better artist just so people will still be interested.
Guys, definitely know the difference. Drawing is a career, something that makes you happy, and a quality you share with your other art friends. It's not the only thing that defines you as a person.
A lot of my friends are artists, but I like them because they are funny, sweet, honest, and brave people. Maybe it's just me, but I'd rather be liked for who I am than only because I can draw girls and junk.
I don't know anything about being an amazing person, but I want people to appreciate me as a person. It is tough (especially through the internet) but I'm happier that way.
Just a thought~
Listening to: I like to give advises to myself
Reading: Can you believe I was depressed since March?
Watching: and because of this stupid feeling??
Playing: I'm getting better I think...
Eating: Still unsure what kind of person I am
Drinking: I like video games, & I guess I'm nice