I don't often find that I am stuck for ideas, rather that the opposite it true. I often feel that I have too many ideas vying for my attention & end up spending too much time deciding where to start, rather than creating.
However, I think I have found a way around this dilema.
I noticed how much I really enjoyed attending workshops, where the activity had been planned for me; experimental drawing, working from a life model. I think this is because my day job is as an art tutor & it's so liberating for me to just arrive at a workshop & be surprised by the activities presented.
I toyed with the idea of planning such sessions for myself....... but was then back to having to make a decision about which activity to start with.
And then I thought 'what if I could make this into a game?'
How would the game work?
What form would it take?
What would be the rules?
Would I be able to get away with cheating?
I quickly wrote a couple of words on a small piece of paper for each of my potential projects, folded them (without looking at them in case I was tempted to cheat!) & dropped them into a pot.
I then thought about the rules of the game.
1. Only one piece of paper can be drawn from the pot at a time.
2. The topic cannot be discarded or returned to the pot.
3. Another paper can only be drawn from the pot once the preceding project has been completed.
I'll let you know how it goes...........