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Just a idea

Every creation starts from idea. Sometimes I have so many ideas, that problem is, that I can't make those all. But sometimes it can be the opposite. Just idea, that you want to do something, but your head is empty. I have notebook and file on my computer, where I save those ideas, what I can't do at the moment. It can be saved picture from room, a flower, a dress. Cut picture from magazine, font that that I like. Sometimes just a color. Anything that inspires me. When I have that blank moment, I can go back to those. All ideas and notes aren't as valuable and great. After far, some might look even stupid. Mostly when I go back to them, I see something else in picture, then why I saved it.

Now, when I started to make this block, I've had couple moments, when I didn't knew, about what to write. I used same method. I went to look photos from my old works. It made me to think the time, when I did those and fresh my memory. That's one of the reasons to have photo archive from your works.

I can't share details, about how I do most of my works. Its not that I don't want to share them. I just don't know how to transfer, what I do to words. I don't use instructions. Somehow I just have it in my head, how to do this. I'm trying to get better with that, but at the time waiting it to happen, I can share my observations about crafting and arts.


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