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23 United States INFP
Just another soul going on a search here. I'm very shy and get lost in my own thoughts a lot. Describing myself is not my strong suit.




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Comment #10721

Location: Juraventure
Not sure am I too late for this, and not really sure am I in a position to give advice to you, since I failed my art class in last year and I am still hiding in the toilet...
So I am currently learning Chinese paintings, and I find that usually I draw best when I think and don't think about it, I know that sounds odd, but like if you don't think at all and draw, you don't have a goal, but then if you think too much about it, you actually block your creativity from coming out. I find that some of my best paintings are ones that I don't think about while doing them.
Thinking about it, what I am saying are very surface and brief, :(, I am sorry.
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I understand what you are trying to say. When I look back at my old drawings there are some that I like. And I somehow felt frustrated at how did I do that. And I try to think about what I did and I just didn't think. It just only came that way to be. You reminded me of this quote by Ray Bradbury, an author, saying something like "Don't think. Thinking is the enemy of creativity..."