Hiatus

@themiclangelo

by @themiclangelo

It’s been some time since i publicly shared any creative work. In the midst of pursuing that perfect theme or shot, i became dissatisfied with my previous style. To speed up my “perfection” process, I decided to not put out any other work until i felt it was ready. But perfection really is the enemy of good. Attempting to keep up with other creators I admired left me more demoralized than encouraged.

Social media is a powerful tool, but the confidence in your own creative process should be even more powerful. Our flaws give us our character, and we should be confident in that. So I spent the time to find my voice again and trust in my growth.

Feeling revitalized is a beautiful thing, so take a break if you need to. Creators shouldn’t arbitrarily release work if they have nothing to say. Progress is its own process, and you’ll reach your goal in time. Just enjoy the journey while you get there.

That said, Here’s a few things I’ve worked on in the past few months.

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