Creative Break—Interactive Still Life Fun

This imaginative website from the National Gallery of Art lets you create your own still life. Choose from a large variety of objects, arrange and size them, create shadows, add textures, paint and more.

You may run across a few surprises. The toy horse in the still life I created above kept trotting across the table when I tried to move it!

I had a great time playing with this site. It got the right side of my brain humming, and also made me laugh—both of which are wonderful ways to attract your muse.

Note: It may take a couple of minutes to download, but it’s well worth the wait.

Thanks to creativity coach Jill Badonsky for steering me toward this site in her latest newsletter .

@Sandy Ackers, Strangling My Muse: Struggling to Live a Creative Life in a Stressful World, http://www.stranglingmymuse.com

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