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“I Haven’t Made Art In A While”: Getting Your Art Groove Back

“I Haven’t Made Art In A While”: Getting Your Art Groove Back

by Daric Gill

“I’d love to get back in the studio, but I haven’t really made anything for a while.”

Say no more. I’ve got your number. Here’s some help. In this article you’ll find a few remedies to help you get back into the groove.


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5 Tips For Building Your Creative Tool Belt

5 Tips For Building Your Creative Tool Belt

by Daric Gill

Recently, I spoke on this topic to the Columbus chapter of ILEA  (International Live Event Association). After hearing some positive feedback from the attendees, I was asked to post an article going over some of the information so they could share it with their other creative friends. While I’ve covered one of these tips on “Blowing Through Artist Block”, I have yet to post the remaining 4 tips I covered the other day. So here it goes…

Creativity isn’t just a personality trait. It’s a skill set that can be engineered and redesigned to help in all areas of your life. Much like math skills or literary skills, creativity can be a tool belt for unique ways of problem solving!

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“Think. Do. Everyday”: My Creative Process

Pictorial Guide To My Creative Process

by Daric Gill

I’m often asked how I come up with new ideas. There are long answers and there are short answers to that question. Here’s the short answer:

-My Process-

Creation is the cyclical momentum of ‘thinking and doing‘. Yesterday’s work helped create today’s ideas. Today’s ideas will help create tomorrow’s work. 

Think. Do. Everyday.

How I create ideas
How I create ideas

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Blowing Through Artist Block

The ‘Top 10s’ To Removing The Rut  

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Stuck in a rut? Explored a concept for too long? Or simply out of ideas? We all have this issue from time to time. Here’s a creative way to remove the rut while staying true to your real motives. 

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