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ttenderly said: i feel as though all of my art is derivative. i feel stagnant. how can i improve?
I think the only way to improve your art is to just do art. I always stop myself halfway through because I feel that I’m not “good” enough. But it’s not about being “bad” or being “good” (side though: what is even “bad” or “good”?), but it’s about production. It’s like if you have a conversation with someone and you’re on your way to saying this really interesting thought, but you stop yourself bc you feel like it’s dumb. What’s the point in that??? Stopping yourself gets you nowhere!
With production comes creativity because you are allowing yourself to express. Produce so much art that you don’t even have time to stop yourself!!
I hope this answers your question :)
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I am lucky to have a copy of Brutus Magazine’s special Katsuhiro Otomo issue. I thought it’d be nice to share the wealth. The magazine is full of tons of awesome pictures of Otomo’s work, Otomo in the studio, and even Otomo hanging out with Takehiko Inoue. How cool is that? One really cool thing is a few pages of shelfie’s (I included his movie collection here).
The magazine also came with a short comic by Otomo called Park, which I included a few pages of.
Unfortunately, I can’t read japanese, so I need a friend to come and translate the whole thing for me. They could read it to me like a bedtime story. Otomo is a huge inspiration and I’ll add this beauty to my collection of his stuff. More rare Otomo to come later!
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thanks for sharing