Can you weaponize your writing? Perhaps sharpen your skills as a painter or musician? And what exactly are we combating in this metaphorical artistic battle? Writer and comic genius, Alan Moore, relates his creative process to making magic. And the same advice given to magicians can work equally well for writers and artists. He calls these the four weapons of art and relates them to the four suits of the Tarot deck. We’ll focus on the first weapon, Earth, and how it helps the artist understand the physical world.
See the World with Extra Eyes
The world is so jammed packed with details and input, it can lead to information overload. Nature, it turns out, has designed our bodies to cope with this flood of data.
Passion is Like Gravity
Your passion can keep your art going or it can suck you into a black hole.
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Let Passion Fuel Your Art
People say to “Write what you know” but instead led passion take the driver’s seat.
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Stick Your Art in the Oven
There are 4 burners in your life: family, friends, work and health. So that means you stick your art in the oven. #art #writing #sedaris #mental #health