Monday, November 30, 2015

Artists and Mind Mapping (part 1 of 2)

Creative individuals are very lucky because not everyone can bring out their creativeness especially as they grow older. Being creative is natural among children because they are utilizing their brain’s right hemisphere but as a person grows older, they become more rational using mostly their left brain hemisphere. Artists are gifted people and so they find it easy visualize tasks or ideas without great effort. If you’re an artist and you need to complete a certain project, you can make use of mind maps so that you can organize all your ideas and don’t forget even the smallest detail.

Artists need to focus on their projects. The slightest distraction can ruin their concentration and much worse, it can mess up the entire project. Over thinking is also not a good idea because most artists end up abandoning their projects. In order to keep focus on their projects, they need to utilize mind maps. If you want to stay in the right track, you should first create mind maps. Even if artists leave their projects for a couple of days or even weeks, they will be able to finish their projects as it is much easier to pick up their concentration. The mind maps will ensure the completeness of the project’ so try them out.

Artists are also human and so mistakes can occur or they might even forget some details of their projects. Mind maps can guide the artists in completing their projects without missing anything. A typical example is when artists are so engrossed with their painting task and they often forget to include the picture’s crucial points. With the mind map, the artist can identify what he or she missed in a glance. There are times when artists experience blocking points wherein they can no longer continue with their project.


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