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Posters that Keep me Inspired – WELLBEING

Tragedy, growth, and happiness.

These are three topics that I particularly love to include in my stories. Stories that make the reader learn new things, and appreciate life even more.

Each of those topics can be found in many different forms of story-telling. My favourite way to tell a story is through manga.

Post 22 Nov 2016 Pic 1.pngI love manga because of the style of drawing, and expression with words. The emotions in manga can go very deep, with utter expression, and can really draw a reader in.

Do not get me wrong, I also love the form of writing a book (I read a lot of books). I just get excited being able to see with pictures: how characters are feeling, what they are doing, and who they are interacting with. It is always good to have your own imagination, but it is also good to be able to be on the same page as every other reader. As all readers of a manga will have an understanding of who is who, and what is what.

I have many different posters on my walls in my art room. Many of them are of my favourite animes. I also have posters of positive quotes, that motivate me to get projects done.

Post 22 Nov 2016 Pic 2.pngThe A to ZEN of Life poster with Dalai Lama quotes is very helpful, and reminds me of what is important, and why I must keep going forward.

Having posters up on my walls are a reflection of myself. Sometimes we can get caught up with what is going on in other people’s lives, through social media, or even through friends, and family. That is why it can be a good thing to decorate a space for yourself, even if it’s a small area on a wall, just put some posters up that reflect yourself. That way when you view the posters you can get inspired, remembering who you are, and what your goals are.

Each time that I step into my art room I instantly feel inspired to write stories, draw manga, paint, sew, film… basically do whatever projects that I have on my goals list, and get them completed.

For me it is extremely important that I stay faithful to my dreams, and achieve my goals. Without getting distracted or letting anyone discourage me. Each time I go to my art room and see my posters, it always reminds me to never give up on a project. That I must complete it, even if it does not turn out to be the result I wanted.

If you do not try something new, how can you learn, or grow? Every step forward leads to success. Whether good or bad, a few steps forward is better than not taking any steps at all, and being in the same place for many years. Time keeps going forward anyway, you cannot stop time, so why not go for your dreams >^.^<

Thank you so much for reading. Have a brilliant day!

 

Capili Jiron x x

17 thoughts on “Posters that Keep me Inspired – WELLBEING

  1. Nice to have some more insight into what you do offline (and away from WordPress). You seem, from what you write, like an active and dedicated artist. Some of the points you make in the posts for your blog are very clever. Here I liked learning more about your interest in anime, and also I liked looking over the poster with the advice designed to fit into the alphabet. Thanks for posting and expressing what you think about art, with all your friends, on WordPress.

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    1. Thank you very much 🙂 🙂 I love to write and create art. It is a huge part of my life and makes me so happy ❤ ❤ Yes I love anime. That poster is great for motivation and remembering whats important. Having posters and quotes on my walls keeps me motivated and makes me feel more positive. Your welcome. Keep going for what you want in life too. It does not matter how long it takes because time will pass anyway, so we my as well do what we love x x

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