« on: September 30, 2014, 08:31:05 AM »
Regarding 'blocks', I presume that the finishing of something is generally more the problem than the starting of something (?)
It is for me.....I have a music project that I thought was finished a year ago and was maturing so to speak. Opened it up to see how its tasting only to discover it did not need more time but more work so Im currently throwing the kitchen sink at it. Will it improve? Perhaps it was already all it could be. And so it goes.
I agree with Julio that it can be harder to finish a project than to start one. When you're at the project's beginning, there is a blank slate feeling that the project can be open to all kinds of possibilities. When you reach the home stretch, what you've created before can start to narrow your options. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, as for me it helps keep the project focused, so that it is not just a collection of random pieces.