Tuesday, January 5, 2016

How To Keep Your Mind Inspired?



 
My name is Gloriann Irizarry and I wanted to welcome you back to the Creative Paperclay Blog.
Creative Paperclay material has created a fantastic 2016designer team to help you inspire, create and share ideas. Stay tune and subscribed to learn from the many tips and tricks soon to be shared here.
 
Today I wanted to start with a great way tip to the one question I guess asked a lot.

How do you keep inspired to create? 

Sound simple but sometimes the inspiration seems to take a vacation. Now in order for you not to feel in a inspirational hole I got a few tips to help you get and keep those creative gears moving.
 
 
 
Glori's Monthly Tip
 

Tip #1


Keep an art journal and a pencil always handy. I always have one handy at the night stand or a small one in your purse with you. Feel free to keep has many has you want.  You really don't know when those creative ideas are going to pop in your head and even thou your not ready to complete the idea writing it down or sketching it will really save you the trouble to later on trying to remember what was that amazing idea you came up while your were at the doctors office or while waiting in line for lunch. Use it don't be afraid of taking your journal and write things downs.

This brings me to Tip #2

Don't be afraid to write details information about the idea down. Yes I had people said but I don't keep a journal because I do not know how to draw. Well to tell you the truth I know people that create amazing works of art and others that can barely doddle and still sculpt amazing. The journal is just a guide you kept so every time your out and enjoying the nature or viewing things that spark the imagination you can write them down and then continue with the normal daily routine and then when your ready to create to sculpt the instructions or template will be already there for you to follow. You can write them, doddle them or sketch them down what ever you do it will come very helpful for you. Then once your ready to work things will be a lot easier when your ready to start the project or craft you want.
 

Tip #3 

 
Organize your project idea material list. If your journal don't have what you want and feel like creating something totally new start by laying some items down in front of you. Choose some of you favorite fabric materials. The size of the armature you want your piece to be. Pick come of your favorite fabrics, wooden plaques, favorite Styrofoam shapes, aluminum foil and Creative Paperclay, Paverpol and lay it all down in front of you or in your working area sometimes looking at all these shapes, colors and forms could spark ideas or your next new project.
 

Some times having all these materials in front of your might help you come up with a totally new concept and create a new project that has no been added to your art/ideas journal.
Now don't be afraid to try or add other materials to your list or try to make it a challenge by adding a unique item like a soda bottle or a glass weird shape bottle
 

 
Example of a good how to keep inspire challenge would be
How could I include this unique shape Japanese soda bottle in my next project. Sometimes what the brains needs is a challenge to get those inventing gears moving.
Is all matter of patience and time both evenly distribute for you to come up with a great idea. Now do not try to force it if you don't end up right away with it is ok to walk away and rest. Do something else and come later to try to challenge your self again the beauty of the mind is that eventually that light bulb on top will light up.
 
Now I do hope this monthly tip help you to get inspire. The main trick is not to give up.
Have a great New year 2016 everyone and please stay tune for more tips and tutorials coming up.
 
Sincerely ,
 

Gloriann Irizarry

for Paverpol Designer 2016 Team

 

 
 

 

 
 
 
   
 

 
 
 



 


2 comments:

Jan Conwell said...

My problem is the opposite--I have too much inspiration. No way could I make all the things I imagine making!

Sandee Setliff said...

Great ideas!