Sometimes, as artists, we get stuck. "Artist's block," we call it. It can last for just a moment or keep us stumped on a piece for days. In The Art of Zentangle our artist offers this tip for blasting that block.
"Whenever I get stuck drawing a tangle, I deliberately make a mistake. I'll draw a big loop or circle or a few random lines. The point is: draw something." Excerpted from The Art of Zentangle.
As my artist's statement explains, my work is utterly incomprehensible and is therefore full of deep significance.
Calvin, of Calvin & Hobbes
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