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Creative Freedom by Maggie Price

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Conclusion

As you’ve read and worked through the exercises and discussions in this book, you’ve probably noticed some common themes.

Everyone has blocks. It doesn’t matter whether you are a beginner or whether you’ve been painting for many years, it’s not always a smooth ride.

There are many kinds of blocks. There are times when you don’t know how to get started, don’t know what to paint, are afraid you can’t produce the level of work you want or are just uninspired. Blocks may not always be easily recognizable, but when you find yourself stuck in any way, try one or more of the exercises in this book to help you move on.

Blocks can be useful. Pushing yourself to try new things, moving in different directions, picking up a new medium and pursuing ...

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