I admit it. My creative drive means sometimes pushing too far. Story Re-cap In case you missed it, I’m recovering from a broken leg. This means a lot of things have changed in my daily routine. Everything takes a bit longer on one leg. So far, I’m still crawling on my butt when I need […]
Cycle of Creativity – Inspire, Create, Rest, Repeat. Stan Stewart shares the experience of his creative process cycle.
In a guest post on the muz4now blog, Melanie Allen of Partners in Fire shares her insights about why creativity is more important than ever.
Almost every artist has hit a mental roadblock at one time or another and has experienced the creative blues. This common phenomenon can be triggered by doubts about our artwork and the meaningfulness of our creative efforts. If you are struggling for inspiration here are 5 Ways to Overcome the Creative Blues. Surround Yourself With
Creative doldrums – after a big creative project, I often experience a downturn in my motivation. What’s the remedy for this?
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What practices do creative people perform every day? Here are seven suggestions to inspire you from Stan Stewart.
This is not what I set out to do. No matter how much I wish for and plan for my creative projects to go a certain way, they always come out differently. Plan Creative Projects? Creativity and planning don’t always mix well. One is more of a right-brain activity and the other more left-brain. For
Unmixing – sort of the reverse of a mixing/recording session where the technology gets untangled from the creativity.