Tag Archives: Writers Block

25 Creative Ideas for Starving Artists

Try painting the subject you are looking at upside down Swap light colours for dark and vice versa Paint with a fork instead of a palette knife Reverse the chord sequence of a song you like.  It is a new … Continue reading

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Backsliding

You’ve probably experienced this. You’re going full tilt at your art, producing your work (often good work), but you’re running out of steam. You’re flagging. You’re enthusiasm is waning. You just don’t think you’re any good at this anymore, or … Continue reading

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Used to Be Different, Now You’re the Same

Every so often we get into a rut – an artistic rut.  Some call it writer’s block.  I feel that feeling whenever I have taken some artistic direction or other as far as I can go (or as far as … Continue reading

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