I'd say find a hobby. Look for something you really like (such as programming or music or acting) then look for inspiration from others. If you like programming, take a video game and try develop some urge to create your own video game. Playing Ocarina of Time this past year made me want to create my own game. This could all be bullshit tho
If you were actually a creative person, school would have been validating. If not, your personal life would have been full of creativity. You're probably just some emo fag who draws anime and isn't very imaginative.
>>16687095 Same thing happened to me. I got into fitness and that really helped. I think it's one of those "if you're looking for happiness you won't find it" things. Find a hobby by trying a lot of hobbies. See what happens
So, this totally happened to me. I consider myself a creative type and I hated school. School would only be validating if you were really studying and honing your crafts and you still had the freedom to explore and express yourself. This is usually not the case.
Before high school and post sec, I did lots of things as a kid and teenager. Studied piano, drew comic strips, acted in community theatre, made dumb ass videos with my friends
Fast forward 10 years. I still consider myself a creative person but I haven't created jack shit in a long time, and for a variety of reasons. For me, I became too much of a perfectionist and it destroyed my confidence in drawing and acting. But SCHOOL... well, after being in school and working and being exhausted during any rare free time I had, I resorted to consuming rather than creating. TV, internet, videogames.
Now that I'm out of school and have all this free time, I still have the desire to create but it's been so long I've forgotten what my hobbies were. Gotta start over but I'm not sure where
>>16687906 So this is more picking up old hobbies.
You think you can paint a Mona Lisa if you haven't mastered basic motor control? Can you deliver a great speech if you haven't learned how to make words with your mouth? Maybe, but it's that much harder.
Copy, copy, copy! Learn the technical aspects and then worry about creativity.
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