|How and why did you begin to be creative?
My mother recognized an innate talent of creativity when I would build buildings or make designs with blocks and Legos at the age of 4. I was given the toys and I chose to make neat things, like most kids want to do. Then I was given erector sets and told to build them only by looking at the picture. It was a lot of fun.
I first began to be creative at the age of seven. My father was a talented stain glass painter, and drawing pictures became a hobby of mine. I soon became a good sketch artist because of my depth in detail. But it was not until I won a art contest sponsored by McDonald's having my work titled "Beyond this wall spring arises" hung in McDonald's restaurants around the country that I truly believed that I was in fact talented.
My first conscious memory of being creative was in kindergarten - a long time ago. I wrote a story called "The Eagle That Had Acrophobia." My teacher called me up to the desk and made my prove I knew what acrophobia was.
I started writing poetry when I was seven or eight. I have all of my notebooks from then until now. I still write poetry
I do believe that it was inherent in my creation. I remember and being told that as a child, before I was able to read, I would put together my toys by myself and then play with the boxes it came in. Being creative feels good. Even though I do not dedicate my time physically to it, I do like to sit and philosophize...being mentally creative.
music, vids, bgs. i always have to do something.
living in St.Croix my cousin got me really big into comics, anime, and drawing. I would say i was like 5 or 6 then. Haven't stopped since
I was born that way! It' s a NEED that I have to fulfill, like eating & drinking. I'm passionate about MAKING STUFF.
I could not remember any brief time-line after which i went creative. According to me: "not being creative=a brain which is nothing more than a computer." I'm creative . . . moreover creativity involves on the field manipulation of things and that it needs no data to be remembered . . . so its almost easy to be creative . . . Actually I was as I used to be by nature; later I learnt that my attitude is called Creativity. . . and thats it. . .
I (Night-Mare/Guitar) began makinīMusic when i was 5 years old.The rest should be clear.
Growing up there was plenty to do, but I really loved poetry! It lead me to be even more adventurous by nature (I'm a Gemini) so I would take fans, toaster, etc., out of the trash and fix them. From that I would write about what I had done and it developed into a very active writing sense. You know like old to new, from broke to fixed, it is all reusable just throw it in the mix.
Born this way homie!
I was born that way--creatively crazy. Both literally.
I have been creative my whole life but I knew it when I could use a tape deck at 3 years old,and I could rewind or fast foward to the begining of the song.
I have always been creative although I did not realise it and consider myself so until very late - It's always been in a more practical, organisational & problem-solving way as I did not venture into exploring the more artistic side of it at school or during my studies... My creativity at the time was essentially limited to cooking, baking (food studies) & some romantic writings, poems ;-) I started exploring my artistic creative side only a few ago when I started taking pottery classes, african dance classes etc... Professionally, I did not consider myself very creative until about 5-6 years ago... and I really started expressing it all as from then...
To change the perspective and the perception helps to be creative. I'm always interested to use creative tools to inspire the mind for new insights and viewpoints.
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