Сегодня я задумываюсь о природе творчества. Является ли реакция зрителей его конечной целью или побочным явлением? Если творчество порождается интересом общественности, то оно не может сформироваться из ничего. Люди уже обладают каким-то сформированным стилем, следовательно, шедевры мировой культуры создаются с учетом уже существующих тенденций. Так ли это? Я не соглашусь.
Как же тогда происходят изменения, появление новых течений и стилей? Как свершаются открытия и научные прорывы? Независимо от конечного потребителя. В данном случае известность – скорее побочная приятная особенность, а суть созидания сосредоточена в процессе и финальном его результате. Я думаю, что Малевич, рисуя свой знаменитый квадрат, не задавался идеями smm и популяризации супрематизма, а задавал вопрос: «А что есть творчество вообще?»
Так вот пускай эта мысль так и останется незаконченной. Я все ещё нахожусь в размышлениях и сомнительно, смогу ли разложить все по полочкам вообще. Если вам есть, что сказать – прошу выразить и своё мнение в комментариях.
Freezing rain had been falling steadily these past few hours causing small floods throughout parts of the city, Bruce was perched up high on a buildings gargoyle that overlooked the business district. Bruce looked down as the people trudged through the streets bringing their hands up to the mouths as they blew hot air onto their hands trying to warm them up. Reaching down to his utility belt Bruce's hand wraps around the grappling gun and pulls it out aiming the hook towards a building across the street before pulling the trigger sending the hook flying across the street. The hook latches on to the roof with a clang and once it's pulled tight Bruce leaps off the gargoyle picking up speed as his body drops down to the end of the rope before it swings him across the street.
Once his boots touch the roof of the building he begins to run along the roof top as puddles splash around his boots with every step, at the edge of the roof he leaps across the narrow gap of the alley to the next roof and continues for a few minutes. Stopping at the edge of the last roof Bruce looks to the sky as a portion of it is illuminated with the outline of a bat letting him know that commissioner Gordon is trying to get a hold of him for some reason. Bringing a gloved finger to his ear he presses a button in his cowl which opens a line to Gordon at the GCPD building.
'Batman an alarm at Gothams history Museum has just been triggered, there was a rare diamond on display I fear it's been stolen.'
"I'm on it"
Bruce knows instantly that it was Selina who broke in to the museum and stole the diamond, a part of him wished that she wouldn't do this anymore but a bigger part of him knew that she would never turn away from a life of thievery. Bruce pulls the grappel gun out and shoots it in the direction of the museum and once he is close he sees the feline fatal fleeing from the scene and he heads to cut her off. Bruce lands behind Selina on the roof that she is crouched on and as he stands up his shadow can be seen to her.
i always wanted selina to be in the dceu but at the same time i'm scared of them messing up her up because you know, it's warner brothers. so i think i'm good
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Day 21: favourite LGBT character - Selina Kyle AKA Catwoman (to be)
I've not really read many of the DC comics but, from the show (Gotham, obviously), I adore her. She's adorable, badass and hilarious. She's overhated and underrated. To those that are unaware, she's Bi (defo in the comics but idk if it is canon in the show or not). Also, I was going to do deadpool for today, but I'd hate to repeat people for days so, whilst he's my favourite character of all time, I didn't do him even though he's Pan.