That’s right! No quotations today. Why? Because I had to waste them on that thing up there. ^ See?
Anyway, (my buddy, fellow, pal, bro-) Moe the goat snail represents this illustration. Jokes are not on sir today, because what you’re looking it is not art block. Read Du Bois? Then dig this.
Coming - up - with - ideas - that - you - can’t - produce - with - your - expression - isn’t - an - Obelisk- …You’re hesitating.
Why do human make Skyscrapers? Why do People like You and Raggdoodle have to Work Harder than the Common Man to be Noticed, Noted, and Noteworthy? Answer Me, Human! Answe-
(…But sir…I want to know what ‘the’ fox says… I never…)
My point is: Moe Broke a Really expensive Obelisk computer from Twelve Guys! Freakin’ Tore-it-in-half!- Sorry. (T-that’s not the point...)
The point is:
No matter what, you got the mindset, you got the power. Don’t let negative influences or things like fear force you into a blank stare at the canvas of production. Find ways to keep going forward with the workflow, not distractions. You can either be your own force of nature or be moved by nature itself, even if it’s analytics. You can force the mental block out of the way or chip at it, but you shouldn’t chip yourself with too much critique. The rest of the real world doesn’t care how you feel, but you should. Raggdoodle does.
Everything’s Fine! ...Don’t be the block. Beat the block.