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    Pushing that Inspiration.

    Hi All,
    I am hear to find out everyones and anyones advice on such subject that I am having a mental battle with.
    I am wanting to pursue putting my art and creativity in to graphic novels. Now I have the ideas to make a theme to the art I want to bring in to a book, and I am doing the research to make sure I am doing everything right from start to finished published product. I also understand that that doing a graphic novel will take time, skill, determination and sacrifice.
    But the biggest concern I am wanting to abolish is keeping that enthusiasm and inspiration to keep doing it day in day out. Has any one done such things and what was the most important thing you found that kept you going and became a success in publishing your work.

    P.S. I am not in it for the money I just wish to express what I can do. Cheers

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    For me it was the prospect of being able to share what I do with other people. I had occasional bouts of apathy but whenever that happened I just reminded myself what the ultimate goal was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GH-Mongo View Post
    For me it was the prospect of being able to share what I do with other people. I had occasional bouts of apathy but whenever that happened I just reminded myself what the ultimate goal was.
    Agreed!!

    Sadly, I tend to lose sight of that goal... I have so many unfinished stuff in my hard-drive that it makes my head hurts.

    (I didn't know you are here as well, Sir Mongo :3)
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    GH- Mongo Yea thanks, I suppose at the end of the day that's a good perspective to keep in front of the process. thanks
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    Well, try not to think about it as a chore in any way. Be excited about what your embarking on, and remember that it will evolve the longer you work with it. Try not to think of the whole project at the beginning, let it grow as you work on it and as you get inspiration from life. The most inspiration you could imagine comes from a back log of human history, so get stuck in!

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