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Tag Archives: creativity
I took part in Inktober for the third time this year. Inktober is a month-long challenge in October every year to create an ink drawing every day. For the first time, I used the official prompt (see it below). It … Continue reading
I hope to have at least 50 people join me in a small scale challenge. Can I count on you? This is inspired by something I use to see regularly in magazines where a squiggle is given and readers are … Continue reading
Support and safety. Against the idea of whimsical and free-spirited creativity, structure would seem to run counter to creativity. Yet, if we understand that there is certainly a definite process to creativity, then structures can be useful in supporting creativity. … Continue reading
Safety and risk. Creating something new is as much attractive as it can be a little uncomfortable. The discomfort arises from the need to change and for adaptation and the uneasy sense of uncertainty. When we are threatened, we would … Continue reading
Capacity and preference. We can all be creative but not all of us exercise our creativity all the time. The ability to form and see new connections is in all of us, some do so frequently and it seems natural … Continue reading
What is creativity? Novel, and useful. The first and foremost feature of anything creative would be its freshness. Whether something is new is of course subjective. There would be different things we have not experienced nor thought about before, and … Continue reading