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Top 10 tips how to start creating art

Unleash your inner Van Gogh


Are you tired of staring blankly at a blank canvas? Are you ready to unleash your inner Van Gogh but don't know where to start? Look no further, my fellow art enthusiasts! Here are the top 10 tips for finally getting those creative juices flowing.

First things first: make sure you have all the necessary art supplies. This includes a canvas, paints, a beret, a largest dust sheet you can find and a smock.



Next, find your inner artist. Some people like to meditate, stargaze, do yoga, or listen to smooth jazz to get in the zone. Do whatever works for you.

Now it's time to get down to business. Take a deep breath, close your eyes, and just start painting. Or drawing. Or sculpting. Or whatever it is you do. Just do it.

Experiment with different mediums and materials. Try different paints, pencils, inks, and other art supplies to see what you like best. Some artists have also experimented with art media as strange and unconventional as bubblegum, elephant dung, and human blood. I suggest you stay away from the latter.

Don't worry about making something "good." That's not the point. The point is to have fun and express yourself.

If you're stuck, take a break. Go for a walk, listen to some music, or watch a funny cat video on YouTube. When you come back, try looking at your work from a different angle. Sometimes that can help spark new ideas.

If all else fails, try adding a little bit of wine to the mix. Just kidding…. you will need a lot of it.

Remember, there are no rules in art. If you want to use your hands instead of a brush, go for it. If you want to mix all the colors together to create a new shade, do it.

Don't pay attention to criticism. If you want to paint a blue horse, paint a blue horse; if you want to paint a feline eating with Christofleuni silver-plated Japanese chopsticks - that sounds like a masterpiece.

Finally, have fun and don't take yourself too seriously. Art is supposed to be enjoyable, so relax and enjoy the process.



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