I cannot believe how busy my Muse has kept me the past several days! Even when a particular idea (or 3) didn’t pan out as I’d hoped, she was ready with a zillion other ideas for me to work on. I actually have a list of projects waiting for me.
Month: April 2013
For the past two days, I’ve been posting my fabric patterns featuring stars. Today, it’s time for the bars. Many of the bars also have stars.
So, for today (so far) I have even more star patterns to show off. Of course, these are just “snippets” of the full patterns, which will be available soon on Spoonflower.com.
I think it’s hysterical the way my Muse chooses to incite my creativity.
OK, so I couldn’t resist making an image, even after posting a written project.
As a Creative, how important is “originality” in your work? Is imitation the sincerest form of flattery, or just evidence that the maker lacks “originality”? What makes a work “original”? Is it possible to take someone else’s idea in a different direction, and still call it “original”? Why do many Creatives struggle with the idea of “originality”?
I actually managed to read an entire book today. Which is why today’s effort is a little later than the past few days’ pieces.
Well, normally I’d call this a “background”, but I think it’s much too… well, much to be relegated to the background, don’t you?
Hello there, all my loyal fans! I know you’ve been eagerly waiting to hear about my next writing project, and I have good news for you all.
I had a crazy dream two nights ago, where I went surfing, and loved it! OK, anybody who knows me well knows that this is probably not something I’d do. Still, the image and idea of riding a wave to shore stuck with me, and I came up with these.