1st place in Derby #232: Motivation, with 778 votes!
“Wow. So this is it? This is where you get all of your ideas?”
Yep. I figured you’ve asked enough times, so I might as well just show you rather than play coy. Great artists such as myself like to come here to gather up new ideas all the time. Pretty neat, huh?
“I’ll say. It’s so beautiful! Just look at all the endless possibilities! The shapes, the colors, the way everything here flows together to evoke emotions of sadness and joy, pain and friendship, rage and…”
Yeah, yeah, that’s stuff is nice, but check this meadow out!
“That’s… That’s just a bunch of turtles, man.”
OH HO HO! Maybe to the untrained non-artist eye. But to a skilled artist like me, they are actually anthropomorphized turtles! And look! They have little bunny and penguin friends! Aren’t they adorable? Just look at all the squee-worthy things they can do! Truly, they are the life’s blood of inspiration!
“Um, sure, if you say so. But there’s so much here to see and take in! The crashing and melding of abstract concepts! The grandiose beauty of the most miniscule moments! Surely you must have found something in all this that motivates you to create.”
Well, you know, to be honest, I don’t hang out over there much. I actually kind of just hang out here in the Meadow of Cute Animals. At least when I’m not in the Factory of Recycled Pop Culture References, anyway.
“You mean that big smoking building over there that’s shaped like a dollar sign and seems to be choking the life out of everything that surrounds it with a thick black fog of mediocrity?”
Yep! That’s the one! You wanna see it? Traversing through Copyright Valley is sort of dangerous, but I’ve been dying to do a Ducktales and Left 4 Dead mash-up!
Wear this shirt: when you haven’t the faintest idea what to wear.
Don’t wear this shirt: without deodorant. The “99% perspiration” part can get pretty stinky.
This shirt tells the world: “Oh sure, it looks bright and wondrous, but I’ve known quite a few bad ideas born here, too.
We call this color: Stop Dreaming And Get Black To Work
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