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Chapter 002 | Crushing Creative Block, Part 2: Work Around

on Jan 4, 2016 in Crushing Creative Block, Featured, Podcast | 0 comments

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Working Around Creative Block is the most dangerous of the five methods for crushing creative block. If you work around what blocks you and don’t go back and fix it, there could be consequences. Have the same fear Lucius Fox had about the Bat SONAR every time you employ this method.

In this chapter, I encouraged you to come to the show notes and download an infographic outlining all five techniques for crushing creative block. Provide your email address and you’ll receive the infographic.

Show Notes

Going Over your creative block is best used when you are overly worried about equality in your work. Give yourself freedom for pieces and parts of your work to be different sizes and different weights. Remember the concept of a steak dinner.

Name That Movie:

Creative Kudos:
David Hamilton and Mark Hammond

Their recent composition, arranging, scoring, and conducting work on Disney’s World of Color

David Hamilton
Arrangement for Lang Lang
“Freedom” by Michael W. Smith
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The Dark Knight

Directed by Christopher Nolan. Screenplay by Jonathan Nolan and Christopher Nolan. Story by Christopher Nolan & David S. Goyer. Based on characters by Bob Kane.

Audio clip used in podcast appears above from YouTube.

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