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"The Shape of Ideas" is a recent comic by artist Grant Snider in his Incidental Comics series. The comic illustrates the nature of different kinds of ideas and how a creative person could pursue th...

'The Shape of Ideas', A Comic by Grant Snider That Illustrates the Nature of Ideas

"The Shape of Ideas" is a recent comic by artist Grant Snider in his Incidental Comics series. The comic illustrates the nature of different kinds of ideas and how a creative person could pursue th.

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INCIDENTAL COMICS: Theories of Disappointment Part I

Incidental Comics: Theories of Disappointment Happy National Poetry.

Corrections, A Clever Comic Illustrating the Many Ways to Fix Mistakes During the Creative Process  by Justin Page at 10:21 am on August 27, 2014

Corrections, A Clever Comic Illustrating the Many Ways to Fix Mistakes During the Creative Process

Grant Snider of Incidental Comics (see previously) has created "Corrections," a clever comic illustrating the many ways to fix mistakes during the creative

5a385ca0a3bd0132cb8f005056a9545d. I agree. However, I feel that my 21st century life is actually pretty stressful and arduous. I constantly feel the push of achievement. Smalll achievement. Small wins. Small wins constantly without any reward of most kind.

I agree. However, I feel that my century life is actually pretty stressful and arduous. I constantly feel the push of achievement. Small wins constantly without any reward of most kind.

Exactly what I had when I registered for a half marathon. Yes, it can be done! All the naysayers' jaw will drop. ;)

If There's Something You Aren't Sure Whether You Can Do It, You Have To Read This.

Boulders by Artbymoga.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Boulders by Artbymoga on deviantART. A comic about dealing with stress and anxiety! Sometimes it helps to take a little break.

“It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all - in which case, you fail by default.” J.K. Rowling.

ROWLING: The fringe benefits of failure - "it is impossible to live without failing at something . unless you live so cautiously that you you might as well not lived in which case you fail by default"

INCIDENTAL COMICS: How to Grow Imagination

Incidental Comics by Grant Snider: How To Grow Imagination. "I drew this comic for the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children's Media at Saint Vincent College. Thanks to Professor Junlei Li for collaborating on its creation!

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