Things to do to get rid of it:
- Make textures/ patterns.
- Make random, look for incidental shapes and pictures in random blobs or texture/ scribbles.
- Make a list of ideas with rough stick sketches/ thumbnails, revisit the next day and refine/rework
- Make a list/ rough sketches/thumbnails of things to make for others.
- Practice symmetry/ asymmetry
- Try a different craft/ medium/ content. Even if it turns out poorly, you dont have to show anyone.
- Study textures and light from life (any medium)
- Browse sites like Saatchi, Conceptart or layerpaint
- Watch people paint on youtubes, especially stuff you dont normally paint.
- Watch/ r
Apr 2, 2013by spyed (https://www.deviantart.com/spyed)
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I'd like to take this moment to address a very important issue within the art community, and this is Copy Rights.
Recently I had had a situation with a client that reminded me that both parties- the client AND the artist- have specific rights that need to be addressed at the time of creating a design and/or illustration. Both parties need to have a CLEAR understanding of their rights, and ask any and as many questions until they feel as if they have the right information. Assumption and dishonesty are not good business foundations, let alone become legal liability in the long run. Lying on any side is the most common action that leads to big