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Creative Evolution: How I'm Building Up My Creative Chops in 2023


In reviewing my creative process over the past week, a few key observations surfaced:



  1. I've realized the importance of time management in my work, as extended sessions often result in mistakes, and I tend to resist taking breaks.

  2. To address this, I've implemented a structured routine, with each work session spanning 90 minutes followed by a 15-20 minute break.

  3. Furthermore, my enthusiasm for drawing, sketching, and using colored markers has been rekindled, and I've started incorporating these activities during my painting breaks.

  4. At times, I face uncertainty regarding the prioritization of non-creative tasks, such as website design, updating blog posts, photographing my artwork, managing my art inventory, crafting my artist statement and bio, exploring other artists, and seeking inspiration sources.

  5. Whenever I am unsure on what to do; I can always draw or paint.


 

“Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.” John Wooden


Artwork Practice from October 2023


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