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don't know if you guys know about this site but it has a wealth of knowledge all creative and scientific oriented. http://www.mycoted.com/Main_Page

i think florida creatives needs to talk and post more knowledge that they have. you guys are pretty smart... the wiki needs to be stocked with ideas and knowledge. i wish i knew wiki language. i'm gonna try it eventually. i have plenty of stuff i'd like to share.

It's so new, we don't understand it

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[ All though this post identifies brand building and the creative developed for the communication industry, I think it applies to anyone that spends there time expressing what might have been previously considered inexpressible ]

How difficult is it–trying to explain a new idea or concept to someone? Especially when there may not be supporting materials to substantiate the use/need/purpose of the idea. It's difficult. And even more difficult when the people you may be communicating with have absolutely no familiarity with what you are talking about.

NEWNESS IS PROFITABLE

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1. Draw a picture with your eyes closed.
2. Take a roll of tape and stick the pieces to a canvas until you have finished off the roll. Paint every piece a different color.
3. Paint or draw over old, discarded magazines.
4. Draw a picture with rigid, immovable strokes.
5. Draw a picture with loose, swift strokes.
6. With markers or pencil, draw the most beautiful thing you can think of with only 12 lines.

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Brain Noise Studios Presents - 100 Ideas!

1. Draw a picture with your eyes closed.

2. Take a roll of tape and stick the pieces to a canvas until you have finished off the roll. Paint every piece a different color.

3. Paint or draw over old, discarded magazines.

4. Draw a picture with rigid, immovable strokes.

5. Draw a picture with loose, swift strokes.

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