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Finding direction in creativity? watch

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    I'm a pretty creative person and I love all things that stimulate my senses or imagination in a positive way. I seem to have lots of random fragments of ideas, half formed thoughts and mental images of loads of things I can create but don't seem to be able to get a hold on any of them. From stories to paintings, I'm not drawn to one particular thing (I've always been good at writing and drawing, though music and poetry definitely aren't my chosen forms of expression!) and don't know how to sort through the masses of half thoughts to form whole, developed ideas and stop getting distracted by new things.

    Any ideas for how to be a bit more focused? Or methods for developing ideas when they're just wispy thoughts?

    So you're applying for LCF's undergraduate course on Creative Direction and want to tap the collective brain?
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