1. Try a new medium.
If you're having trouble creating a new drawing, maybe try sculpting with some clay or writing a poem. Or maybe you could trim a hedge to look like a friendly dinosaur. Sometimes all you need is a fresh new feel for your creativity, and you may even discover a new talent.
2. Make something for a friend.
I often find myself having trouble making things for myself or for an unknown audience, so making little donut charms for a friend, or a custom pet portrait for my mom helps me to get my artwork mojo flowing again.
|Draw a friend's pet or make her a little clay or felt animal.|
3. Go outside.
Nature helps take the mind on a new journey and, for me at least, seems to put the world into perspective. The way the world is today creates a feeling to keep on moving and never stop working, but taking some time to relax can truly open your mind.
|Even rainy days can provide inspiration.|
4. Try automatic writing (drawing, scuplting, etc...)
Automatic writing is a great tool the surrealists often used to let go and discover their creativity. Try it yourself! Grab a notebook, and just write anything that comes to mind, even if it makes no sense whatsoever.
So, get going! It's time to get creative!!