Embrace It

Crap told me I should stop worrying about producing good art and I should just embrace sucking.  That is one option I guess.  

I messed around with some older images I had today.  How is this for embracing it?   (They suck less if you click on them and view larger.)  

<3 you long time Crap.  You know just how to cheer me up.  ish. 



3 comments:

Komuso Tokugawa said...

It's the process of creating that is important, not the output per se. If you focus on enjoying/optimising the process of creation (whatever that is for you...art or music or ..) and incoporate critical analysis of each stage's output into a feedback loop you will naturally produce a higher ratio of "good" art by default. Bythe same token, if you ain't makin mistakes you ain't learning, and that's no fun at all! So don't sweat the lemons;-)
Thanks for dropping by the gigs.
I hope a little of the blues worked it's healing power for you. (er, the ones where I was not um, experimenting;-))

Mr. Crap Mariner said...

Instead of sweating the lemons, CAGE THEM! http://www.flickr.com/photos/isfullofcrap/5653791058

-ls/cm

Jake said...

Hey being a perfectionist stifles creativity. Your pics are good.