When you think of summer, you think of fun days full of beaches, sunshine, and plenty of relaxation. However what many creatives fail to notice, is that summer is also the perfect time to make milestones for your artistic goals.
You don’t need to work all summer, but if you want to make the most out of summer, you need to plan time to do what you love.
How you can make the most out of your summer break
Many visual artists use colors to inspire their creativity. These challenges tend to center around using a limited color palette. Here, we will provide you with 120 Crayola colors to help you create your own limited color palette to be inspired by.
This list of 120 Crayola colors will challenge and inspire you.
The best way to inspire other creators such as yourself is by sharing. For some creators, the sharing process and the feedback process are the most satisfying part of creating. Others may feel happy if their work touched the heart of another individual and inspired them towards action.
We want to see what you create and we want to share it.
Creatives, when they start to make anything, they tend to feel a pressure of making something perfect.
However, practicing your craft is apart of the creative process. It allows you to sharpen your skills with your craft, experiment with new techniques and ideas, and will exponentially cut your time to make your masterpieces.
These are three project ideas that you can start using today to either jumpstart your creativity or to feel a rush of accomplishment from start to finish. These “mini-projects” are ideal for anyone and can really brighten another person’s day.
We’ll be covering 3 ways that you could start incorporating creativity into your life. The more time you spend on being creative and are creating, the happier you’ll start to feel, and the more time you’ll start to find to continue being creative. It’s a wonderful cycle.
The worst critic any person has is their own inner critic. The following phrases from above are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to any individual person’s inner voice. This is the voice that keeps creators from creating. This is the voice that keeps many people from achieving what they call ‘their dreams’.
Writing is simple, but not easy. Anyone could string a series of letters into words, and words into paragraphs. However, it takes practice for anyone to consider themselves a ‘writer’, an artist who creates art with words. We go through why writing prompts are important, how to respond to prompts, where to write, and where to publish your prompts.
Experiencing writer's block? If the 10 Week Prompt Challenge didn't get you results, then one of these ten cures will. Here are ten different ways to cure that nasty hurdle in the way of your artistic endeavors.