Hello artsy people! I'm somewhat new to this forum, but I just had to make the discussion more public =P
Well let's be bold here: I've found that, after some huge amount of time invested in constructive and plain figure drawing, creativity seems to be diminished by it. The strongly structured way of drawing humans through bones, muscles, mechanics, etc, has been working also as a big weight for my creativity to develop... Don't know if anyone here feels the same.
What I'm trying to say here is that all my ideas and weird wishes to transform into pictures I kill them by trying to achieve all of them through structures, through steps.
the question is: Is it a good idea to just forget, at least for a while, all that structure and draw whatever idea I have without thinking it could turn out ugly, or disproportioned, or with bad anatomy?
What do you guys do to, not come with, but to develop all the ideas on paper? I just feel like my obsession with drawing well proportioned and anatomically studied figures is getting me stuck with conveying all other interesting ideas.
So, what do you think?