I rarely invest much thought into my motivation behind writing. No, my pen hand isn't connected to my lungs. If I stop writing, I will not die. It's not a place to release all of my most inner thoughts. I am not fueled by any blazing passion or desire. Most of my genius thoughts float up to the surface somewhere between “Well, if the Pringles can has cardboard sides and a metal bottom, does that mean it goes with the tin... or the cardboard?” and “Lather. Rinse. Repeat,” when I am nowhere near a convenient pad of paper or keyboard – and I most often allow these thoughts to slip away, maybe to rise up again during a heated debate with a friend.
BasharOfTheAges wrote:I can't even picture what passively watching something would be like - it'd be too similar to not watching something to really tell the difference.
Ileia wrote:BasharOfTheAges wrote:I can't even picture what passively watching something would be like - it'd be too similar to not watching something to really tell the difference.
I watch TV shows/movies on my second monitor (which is at a 45 degree angle) while I'm doing other things on my main one. I can hear it and see it in my peripheral vision, so I know what's happening without it needing my full attention. I'm doing it right now, actually.
pacotacoshell wrote:I gotta say music. The past 2 months whenever I've listened to a song, I subconsciously try to fit a concept into it. I dunno if that's just me >.>
irriadin wrote:As others say, it's all about music. Though lately, I've found myself taking inspiration from digital art and media. Different combinations of colors, compositing techniques, etc.
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