Posted on 10/12/2019 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Many artists find inspiration in the world around them — so why not use that initial inspiration as a tool to continue your creativity?
That’s the idea behind a muse board, which Jill Hedgecock explains how to build in a guest post on The Creative Penn.
If the idea of cutting out photos to glue onto a poster board doesn't initially appeal to you, consider this: Instead of going back through files to remember how you described a character or a setting, you could just glance up.
Head over to Joanna Penn’s blog for Hedgecock’s best practices for creating a muse board and how it helps.
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