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The June issue of "HOW" Magazine had an article on ways to 'keep the creative juices flowing' by making art every day. The article showed examples for 4 artists who use a daily deadline to explore their creative side. I decided to give it a try, and in April began my "Almost Daily Digitals." In the series, I decided to explore Photoshop, and actually use photos I have taken over the year. Each week, I pick a different theme, and explore the subject. More often than not, i find the art leading me in places I had not considered in the beginning, and it has become a fun excercise. I post the daily digitals on my blog, "" and welcome feedback.

I am also interested in other ways that people keep creative in their work, and would love to hear what you do.

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Comment by Matt Baker on October 14, 2009 at 9:52pm
I wish I had things I do to keep myself creative, but I don't. :(
Yours is a good method if one can be disciplined enough to set aside the pockets of time required each week.

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