Why is overplanning a negative?
Is art too complex to understand its true meaning?
Do all these methods to be creative interfere with the motive and strategy behind creating a visually stunning and cohesive piece?
Additional points:Tharp says scratching is the method one has to do in order to find smaller ideas that will lead to a piece. When Tharp says to experiment, I feel that this is the most important lesson. Trying new ideas is important and taking risks can often pay off.
Ms. Tharp also gives several warnings. Which of these warnings do you think could apply to you and how you can you see using her advice to combat them?
The most important part of advice is not to over plan. This can derail one from their project and cause confusion when creating their piece.