Yes, I have one, first in a looog time. Lots of ideas floating around in my head, but I just can't seem to get them out. Perfect timing too with school starting back up. Sigh.
Soo I figured I'd share some of my ways of overcoming art block, because even though they haven't worked for me yet, they will soon / always do. 1:
Usually if I have a really great idea for a drawing that I reeeally want to draw and I can't actually draw it, I write it down, with all of it's details. I'd had descriptions of drawings that were like 2 A4 pages before. The reason I like to do this is because it kind of mentally confirms yoru vague thoughts... I don't know if that makes sense. When I have a block, everything is vague and fuzzy... I guess mental constipation, haha. SO think of writing your ideas down in detail like a mental senokot... Yes I am serious.2:
Drop the pen.
Seriously, drop it. The more you try to force yourself out of a block by drawing, the longer it lasts, at least from my experience. Blocks go away faster if you completely take your mind off of drawing. If you feel you absolutely cannot let an idea die, write it down, but do not draw it if you still feel mentally constipated. You will only frustrate yourself. If you have any other hobbies, (TV is a hobby,, did you know?) try and focus on them for a while. You will find that nothing ends a block like a burst of inspiration (Do I really need to add another toilet joke here?).3:
Last but not least, Relax.
No pun intended here, but seriously relax. You are a person, not a printing press. We all have a tendancy to take advantage of things when we are on a roll, and ideas are no different, but pace yourself. If you try to get through everything realy fast you will be more likely to hit a block as a form of burn out. Take your time, write your ideas down as they come to you, but for your own mental health try not to plough through them like there is no tomorrow.
So, that's my 2 cents on a healthy colon- er I mean overcoming art block. This stuff has helped me so much in the past, so I hope it will help whoever reads this.