Guest post by Christopher Farnsworth at Handwritten Girl.
There are many ways to hack a mind. One is by controlling the input you give it. (As in how Fox News controls the minds of its followers.) Most interesting book I’ve read about that idea is Exploded View, by Sam McPheeters, in which software control over what we perceive overturns our very perception of reality.
Good post and good book to read (both Chris’ and Exploded View).
Excellent advice and techniques for getting around creative blocks of many more sorts than only drawing:
Despite the financial/business word “capital” in the headline, we creative folk can benefit from this, too:
Stuffs this introvert needs to learn.
Not only that, but emotions are interconnected and continuous (not discrete, quantized states.
Keep in mind for creating characters and how they feel and behave.
Emoji fans take heart: Scientists pinpoint 27 states of emotion
This was fascinating: Great images and installations, plus short write ups on how each was made:
Great visual images and other art pieces and how they were created