Giving Yourself Permission To Be The Artist You Truly Are.
This is the best book I’ve read in a long while and the book I really need to read. Mr. Hummmlan gave it to me as an early birthday gift. Thank you! Me and my pencil hasn’t been the best of friends for a long time now and I need to get a kick in the butt to get started.
Quote from the book:
“Somewhere deep inside, we all have a longing to make things – be they drawings, music, hand-knit sweaters, or loaves of bread. Then why do so few of us consider ourselves CREATIVE?”
The Creative License - Giving Yourself Permission To Be The Artist You Truly Are
Author: Danny Gregory
More quotes from the book:
“When my daughter was about seven years old, she asked me one day what I did at work. I told her I worked at the college – that my job was to teach people how to draw. She stared at me, incredulous, and said ´you mean they forget?´” – Howard Ikemoto
“THERE ARE NO BAD DRAWINGS.
Drawings are experiences.
The more you draw, the more experienced you’ll get.
In fact, you’ll learn more from BAD or unpredictable or weird experiences than from those that go exactly as you’d hoped and planned.
SO LET IT GO
Release your ego’s desire for perfection.
CREATE AS MUCH AS YOU CAN, WHENEVER YOU CAN.
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