Friday, 8 April 2011
An inspiration to us all..! Did we peak at childhood!?
For me, the words he spoke to me about not worrying about not having the time or right project to accommodate my ideas, but only to worry when the ideas have stopped coming, will stay with me for a long time. When there is no longer an imagination then you can fret, but until the day comes that you run out of ideas then you still have enough passion to keep on doing what you are doing! (Like i said earlier - inspirational!)
Drawing in a fun or creative environment, where time is sparse and space is limited really does affect the way you draw. Not only is it tricky but it really helps to loosen you up! Why try to create a photo-like image when you could quickly sketch the 'idea' of that same thing in one minute? If the audience can tell what your drawing is then hasn't it already served it's purpose? Or maybe the image isn't recognisable - maybe just the audience interaction is enough to say it is successful? Today really has got me thinking...
And on a last note, kinda going off on a tangent but still relevant! How come schools teach you how to draw picture perfect with every line in the right place when in actual fact in the real world the 'perfect drawers' get no recognition at all, and the artists who are creative with it, giving only inclines of that same image or a simplified linear sketch actually are today recognised and sought after. Even i would probably prefer the latter.. how come?
Do we have to now regress in our drawing styles to become popular or did we just peak at childhood?
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