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Hey, I am currently in my final year of my art degree, about to make something for my final degree show. I have noticed a lot about my creative process over the last 4 years and that everyone's processes are so different. I tend to struggle to think of what to make, have low energy, but then make a big mind map/research, reflect and then become inspired, make high energy large scale work, then am proud for a short while... Then drop in energy, doubt myself, make small pieces that don't resemble much... Cycle starts again. I am currently at the low energy stage. Any suggestions on how to push through this? I know I can but I wondered if anyone else has been through something similar? Especially when there's deadlines!
I don't know where can i have a discussion related to this for art since in reddit it seems art can only be related drawn pieces and all.
I have a very vague definition of art which is art is an experience or a message and in my opinion what corecore creates has both especially as a young teen.