In the previous post (How To Break Creative Block Pt 1) we covered exercises, best practices, and materials to help you fight off creative block. Today I want to cover the place where you create. Whether it’s a studio, a house, an apartment, or refrigerator box in the alley, the place you create should be a haven for creative growth.
The idea of creative block is foreign to me. Not because I have some gland overfilled with creative hormones oozing out of every pore (although that would give me something to blame if I suddenly discover I’m in need of a shower. “Oh, don’t mind the smell. Inspiration just hit!”).
Officially announced yesterday, I will be one of the official Star Wars artists participating in the Star Wars Celebration Orlando Art Show!