"HuggyBear" said ...Thanks. Guess I was just panicked over something that normally happens. It's all still all new for me, I guess. :P
I hit a similar wall a while back, and yes, it happens to everyone, in every creative field. The problem is that creativity is fueled by inspiration, and you can't force inspiration. The only thing I can suggest is to take some time to recharge your batteries. If a week is not enough, then take two. If two weeks isn't enough, take a month. There's nothing quite as frustrating than trying to force creativity when suffering writer's/artist's block, and usually it's wholly unproductive to do so. It took me about three months to get back into the groove. In the meantime, try to occupy your time with other hobbies. Make sure you have a clear idea of what you want to make before you launch SFM again, otherwise you'll find yourself staring at a blank map, twiddling your thumbs again. Again, this happens to everyone at some point or another, all the time too. I've no doubt you'll find your inspiration again and be back posing in no time.
"kp0988" said ...This happens way too often :(
I mean I've taken a week or two off from it all, but now when I go to open SFM, I just close it right afterwards, and go off and do something else.
"BlueLight" said ...
Yeah, the same the has happened to me before. Launch SFM and then immediately realize I don't want to do anything. It can last anywhere from weeks to months, you just have to wait until inspiration comes back.
"KaylaN" said ...
This happens way too often :(
"Rastifan" said ...Thanks everyone. :D Guess I did just need a break from it all, and I feel way better knowing that everyone has the same problem sometimes.
If you don't hit the wall now and then, you are sucking inspiration from the very fabric of space it's self and are probably an alien.