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Every search brings me deeper into WordPress and all the raw talent that lives here. Even the most glancing recognition of my work makes me wonder who might think I am worthy. Humility is my strong suit, and I get more humble every time I see a site like this; like your amazing portfolio. You and people like you motivate me and make me want to take more chances.
I have my reasons for creating, and I’m curious about yours. Perhaps you would write back and tell me where all this comes from; how you bring all this together; and why, or if, you think this can be learned or there might be a gene involved.
That’s a tall order, and you don’t have to respond. The main point was to tell you how incredible all your art is. But I am sure you already know this. Amazing.
December 29, 2010 at 5:30 pm
Its always nice to hear people praise your work although when its face on it can be uncomfortable. I’ve had/heard a million theories about why one creates. If you do it often enough over a long stretch of time you attain a sense of wellness. So maybe you’re addicted to a drug that’s released in your brain. Other times it feels as if you are able to see something different in the universe through your own work. You get that when you read Shakespeare or Peanuts. When I was younger I was looking for many things. A career. Fame. Girls. Now I just do it. If I examine my work too closely I get depressed. (What’s the point of all this stuff?) So I enjoy the moment. And go to Starbucks and have a coffee. Watch the world walk by.
January 2, 2011 at 7:28 am
The more I look, the more I like. Sometimes the dark in the background makes it difficult to see. On the other hand, it sets the mood.
January 4, 2011 at 11:42 pm
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