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    Widdles in your cream.
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    An example of creative thought, please?

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    Creative thought can dominate in the mind, but when it comes to living, being present in the real world, analysis is a much better way to go. I think I might have a balance between the two. I don't know which one I would choose...maybe creative thinking, but analysis serves for more, in my opinion. Even though I don't like analysis.
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    Creative thoughts need to be analyzed.

    We wouldn't be able to progress without both.
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    Eh, I'll finish it later.

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    Analysis is "better."

    Creative thought appeals to me more. To me, anyone can sit down and analyze something, but not everyone can write stories like the Final Fantasies.
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    I analyze the given information, then turn it into something completely creative.

    I love to analyze, but creativity is definitely a strong suit in me.
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    analysis is easier perceived by the world thought i'd take creative thought over analysis any day

    theres something too rudimentary abut analysis that i just dont find appealing

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    Which is better?

    Which appeals to you more?
    Neither.
    Both.

    Creative Analysis.

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    I have to be creative to give my self something to analyze. Sometimes though I can come up with something very creative, and actually need to call in my strong armed NTPs to analyze for me... I find the lump but I need them to help me dissect it.

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    Creative thought.


    Then, as Jaguar mentioned: creative analysis.


    But that's waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay under creative thought.

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    creative = before
    analysis = after

    you can't be after until you're after. some people spit shit out faster and some take more time to birth their new ideas. sketching works to build heat before stretching. once you chew it up it all goes to the same place. sometimes i prefer standing on the pedals and racing to the finish line.

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