|How is an idea born? For you, what is inspiration?
To me an Idea is always there right in front of me and all i have to do and gets inspired is by watching movies,documentories,walking by the sea,river,the park during all seasons,having a coffee at a cafe shop,visiting villages and cities and more the world.Inspiration to me is a everything we go through in life butto be so specific it is like a pregnant woman ,so you get the idea ,you start thinking about it ,you build a basis for it by using as much patience as you can then when the day of action or lets say deliverance then right there inspiration is a new born baby so fresh and so beautiful and inspiring to.
idea comes from anywhere and anytime and an idea is also born from another idea which then leads to the next idea and so on. i guess an idea will keep on popping up as long as you keep focusing on the things that you do.
my surrounding is my inspiration. i was working in a sweet factory one time and the place gave me the inspiration to make art with sweets.
Really whatever grabs me at the time - usually some vivid lighting condition, brilliant colour combinations, or just a great subject.
USUALLY THE EYE CATCHES SOMETHING THAT I LIKE FROM TV VIDEOS WEB COMIC CON OTHER ART
IDEA... IDIOLOGY... IDE... アイデア イディオロギー
BEING A HOLIST... (Big Wheel Buddhism) (also Taoist and Confucius)///
I tend to think that the IDEA of creation is very spontaneous ..
it comes...then you have to grab it. Or... it comes out of your mind..like popping out
at that moment, either i do it or... being too lazy.
Inspiration is being with people of my choice whenther they could be friends or strangers at PUB, etc. Being comfortable of my being is the most important thing for my creativity. Being comfortable and happy.
i guess they come from out of space like being channeled //it hard to say ..they are several factors that can influence an idea for to be inspirated ,,sometimes to hook up with a beautiful lady ..i could be an amaizing source of inspiration ..//for my self sometimes is very diferent how inspiration comes ..the idea come to a part of the mind where is a kind of processor ..then goes to an image ..then goes to a concrete ..materialize the idea //sketching it//or over the process
you can have several ideas that can change the idea ..is like when you are painting who tells you that is done ..something inside just says stop .. ..
also i bealeve that is very important for a creative person //that in some way youare getting feedback //the money part unfortunately goes with it ..i wonder how many artist do art with out the idea in mind of selling the piece ..or how much am i going to get ..for me sorry money is a big destructive ingridient..thats why the world is in the way it is //going down
Crazy ideas, all the time. It's like having an invisible friend who gets carried away all the time.
I think painting in itís self is really my only true influence!
I can be totally in the dumps and have zero inspiration. But as soon as I put paint to a canvas, and start mixing some random colors together, I begin to see shadows form and take shape. Just then Iíll become inspired to finish that shape that magically paired. Before I know it, Iíll have a completed painting with no thought to it at all.
Painting in itís self amazes, excites, and inspires me every signal day.
I have dreamed my designs-but mostly my ideas come to me as I work. The more I produce the more ideas flow.
Any concept that keeps tugging at me but doesn't have a clear, simple answer *or* can't be described adequately in written language is fodder for visual art. The more refreshing the concept, the more I want to explore it.
Colour, patterns, nature, natural beauty sequins glitter something eye catching for me other artists work which have similar ideas to me
I just start with a background and see where it takes me. The great outdoors in an inspiration to me. Going for a walk can get those creative juices flowing.
Simple line drawings are great for my research. Inspiration is generally in the form of something that I would do - or perhaps those close to me. I am lucky enough to laugh alot! I find things really funny - going out on my bike makes me laugh - feeling a bit silly in all my get-up (hat and basket) and leads me on to thinking about a painting that could convey what I am giggling at. I once did a collection of paintings called 'Retail Therapy' and this was painting of a big red London Bus - filled to the brim with lovely lady shoppers that lunch - the side of the bus stated that it was going to Harrods, Harvey Nicols and The Conran Shop - all observation at getting the Number 19 bus on my way to work at the time - all things to me hold a glisten of humour - too much seratonin perhaps!
I'm not inspired.
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