heh! so I’ve been at home sick the past couple of days and this is what I’ve been working on. 
i recently bought a longboard and i am seriously so terrible at it, my balance is shit and i am just terrified of ever falling off. a lot of practice is needed! my goal is to be able to confidently cruise and look like the raddest babe on it (and smoke a big fatty while I do it of course)
so I did this to help motivate me (visualise your goals n’ all) so that soon… this will be me ;)

heh! so I’ve been at home sick the past couple of days and this is what I’ve been working on. 

i recently bought a longboard and i am seriously so terrible at it, my balance is shit and i am just terrified of ever falling off. a lot of practice is needed! my goal is to be able to confidently cruise and look like the raddest babe on it (and smoke a big fatty while I do it of course)

so I did this to help motivate me (visualise your goals n’ all) so that soon… this will be me ;)

gentle-insomnia

Anonymous asked:

what advice do you have for artists who are feeling creatively stagnant/uninspired?

gentle-insomnia answered:

I think when you can’t work, you have to force yrself to work. Like, maybe take a little break for a few days but don’t sit around waiting for some great / revolutionary idea to hit you. I’m a firm believer that inspiration comes while you work, not while you wait. So make a lot of shitty work, make a lot of boring work, all that matters is that you’re making a lot. It about the process and the act, not so much the outcome. Think of the end product as something secondary, your process and struggling and trialling and failing are what improve yr art. 

nice nice nice advice!!