I wonder if you potters ever get your equivalent of "writer's block?"
Seeker wrote:I send a blessing to your creative spirit GG.
May it ever flourish.
(here comes the shameless part)
...and you know, any time you need a cheap boost - you could post a stunningly wonderful photo of one of your chawan with matcha on "Today's Matchawan"... where it's painfully obvious that GeekGirl is the preeminent photographer of tea and teaware - and the rest of us can go to school!
ronin ceramurai wrote:find some nice little seaside inn to hole up in for a few days ...... recharging.
Another method is to switch working temps and or firing methods for a while.......... basically just PLAY after which, when I come back to what I was doing, I'm approaching it from a different space.
I wonder if you potters ever get your equivalent of "writer's block?" I've been going through a pretty fearsome stretch of such, from a shooter's perspective. (snip)
I'd get an idea, set it up, take the shot, then decide it had "been done" and was crap. Delete delete. I'd go to a garden, spend the day shooting bugs, water, trees, then delete them all because just how many millions of photos of trees does the world really need? (snip)
Littlepig2 wrote:Geekgirl wrote:...As to whether the world needs one more after its millions? Yes! Yes it does.