Many creatives have faced the dreaded BLOCK in the flow of progress with their work. How does one get past this?
While there are many solutions to this common dilema, I feel Shane Eide brings to light some seemingly obvious points that can be easily overlooked while in the grasp midst of uninspiration.
Are you stuck on a creative work because you no longer feel passionate about it? It happens to many creative people. I'm not going to tell you to ‘never give up.' You have to ask yourself a question, if this happens to you. What were your motives for starting it in the first place?
An Artist & Adventurer