It comes as no surprise that bad work begets good work — the more you create, the more you have to play with.
People mistakenly believe that successful artists excelled all along. But what you see as the viewer is mostly the result of trial and error.
What I enjoy about the internet is that you can show your work. Anyone can put their art out into the world and get immediate feedback, even if the latter is crickets. Dead silence may inspire you to be more expressive, in some cases, intensely provocative.
“It is a joy to be hidden, and a disaster not to be found.”– D.W. Winnicott
It takes a lot of time and a ton of practice to recreate what you consider good taste. It also takes a lot of courage to be one of the crazy ones trying something new. But the artist can’t combat convention until they master the basics first.
From emulation to originality, the entire creative process seems to happen slowly and shimmers when it thinks you’re ready. Until then, cultivating talent is a game of inches.
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