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|Product Name:||Artist's Block and Artist's Overload : Survival Guide Video|
|Published Artist(s):||Digital Art Live|
Have you ever had “Artist's block” or “Artist's overload”?
“Artist's block” is where you've hit afrustrated muse- where your creative reserves appeared to have run dry (at least temporarily).
At the other end of the scale, you may have had TOO many ideas at once “Artist's overload” and arestuck in a jungle of possibilities.It's then hard in selecting one idea or another in order to take action. A subset of this problem is the “too many shiny toys” syndrome - where there's so many tools or content to consider, it just gets in the way of you actually taking action and being creative.
Have you gone through one or the other, or even both?!
This tutorial from Digital Art Live shares a 12 point survival guideto help you either get out of yourcreative desertoroverloaded ideas jungle. As well as the 12 point guide, it also includes experiences from a few artists fromthe Digital Art Live community.
What about you? As you go through this tutorial guide, think about these questions:-
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