Art is a form of expression brought forth from the elements of emotion, inspiration, imagination, idea, desire and a great deal of concentration.
I am creating this thread in reference to the topic of concentration, the discipline of it and those irritating, foggy-like mental days one gets. First, to start this off I'd like to share a tidbit of my recent experiences on concentration.
Firtly this is more of a problematic than anything else; perhaps it could help serve ideas to others with simular experiences. Please bear with me. Supposedly there are handfuls of people, artists who take concentration energy on an easy level. No work there needed may be. For me it's a ride, a weekly roll of the dice. There's days my concentrational energy is fantastic if not decent. I'll have hardly any problems, art or work-wise. Again, like random die rolling I will have a day to a handful together with my mind unfocused, foggy and uncooperative. This affects my work greatly, no matter how I wish to get started.
For those who've had such simular experiences, what blocks did you encounter durring these times? Did you find a way to cope with it?
By the way I believe this happens to be my first post here, so, hello CA! Shame on me for lurking!