April 18th, 2005
fucking creative urges with no fucking outlet.
LJ is an outlet! So create a post.
So now your creativeness has been released. And you are saved.
thanks for playing though. ^_^
So then create another post?
tempting, but I busted out my bass I haven't played in forever and noodled for a bit.
Now I'm hunting down the mp3 of the song that got stuck in my head.
DOnt you do photography? And metal work? And create your own beer? And 1000 other things im sure I dont know about you...No outlet, BAH!
I haven't done any metal work in forever. I miss it, no space in bahstin. And I was looking for an immediate outlet.
Brewing beer is just like cooking, which I wouldn't exactly call a creative outlet.
I'd disagree, while I've never brewed beer, I do cook on occassion, and I think it can be really creative.
cooking can be creative, yes. But it's not a general creative outlet.
For example, last night at 11pm I wasn't about to go into the kitchen and whip something up just so I could let out creative energy. I wanted to write, or draw, or sculpt.
Cooking is inextricably tied to eating.
11pm is the best time for cooking. Thats around the time when I get tired and silly, so creations are at their best. everything goes together at 11PM!
yes but I don't want to eat another dinner at 11pm, and most food is best eaten freshly cooked.
Make cheesecake. it has to set i think.
if only I didn't hate cheesecake...
You hate cheesecake? Are you a lactard?
cheesecake just sucks, it's not my fault.
I didn't make it taste like crap.
GAH!!!i think someone needs to learn you in the way of cheesecake my friend. It can go well with beer.
apparently my mother makes the best cheesecake in the world. Many people have told me this.
I think it tastes like crap.
Cheesecake and I just fundamentally don't get along, you're not going to be able to change it. I keep trying it now and then, and it's never worth eating.
thats how i felt about beer up until 10 months ago. Now I can actually drink one without making a face like im gonna puke.
Still working on coffee.
|Date:||April 19th, 2005 03:22 pm (UTC)|| |
*pats the Ry sympathetically*
That's really the benefit of having a creative outlet that only needs pen and paper (theoretically). I am endlessly entertained.
I really want to get a brush-tip marker and start drawing again. I suck, but that's what practice is for.
|Date:||April 19th, 2005 03:31 pm (UTC)|| |
Indeed. Realized that I wasn't going to get any better sitting on my thumbs and drawing the same things over and over. Practice= Nora not throwing her sketchbook across the room when she tries to draw something. OK, well, not after the practice itself. :)
Put it this way, no one can possibly get *worse* at drawing. So you can really only do yourself good.
You're almost talking me into going to pearl paint on my way home. =P
|Date:||April 19th, 2005 03:43 pm (UTC)|| |
Heh, I was just there this weekend (but you probably saw the post about that). *wiggles fingers* go to pearl...
Though if you're looking for brush pens, I'd *highly* recommend the ones you can find in your local Japanese neighborhood stationery stores (if Boston has such a thing). Otherwise I'd go for the Tombo pens-- their brushes are really fun to draw with, but a little big and wobbly for fine detail work.