The best way to get past your creative block may be to embrace it. It's not going to be easy, but it's possible, if you get out of your own way. Here's how.
Phil Hansen was in art school when he developed a tremor in his hand. Before then, he'd been making images using countless tiny dots, but suddenly he couldn't make a single solid dot with the shake in his hand. He couldn't draw a straight line. Hansen was in a creative rut. He left art school, then left art completely.
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