Although this may appear to just be scraps, paint, glue, napkins, xeroxes, and paint pens, and in reality that’s all it is, there is something else going on here. Call it what you will, but I call it Divine Intervention.
Creativity is still a mystery to me even after all these years. I’ve been making images for a long time and I’ve noticed that when practiced, creativity seems to deepen and expand rather than run out! It’s like magic. It’s only a problem if you stop creating for a while. Just stop practicing and watch things clog up. So the more you express it, the more there is. It seems counter intuitive, but it works.
Knowing this helps motivate you when you just want to goof off… Understanding that if you are away from the practice too much, things will be affected negatively. So off to the studio I go!
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