I was recently asked by a fellow artist what inspires me in art. This question really made me stop and think. I don't get caught thinking too often, so I thought I would get some help on this one. I'm curious how other artists get their inspiration for art. I know there are several different approaches you could take to this topic. I'm wondering if anyone gets inspired by art by going to a special place. Do you guys have some special tree you climb and sit in to get all inspired for doing your next work of art? Is there some special chair in the attic you sit in and ponder the puzzles of the universe or a spot on the roof at night you'll visit? See, I don't really go about drawing up inspiration for art that way, and I know I've tried a few times. I may go for a jog to clear my head and work off some stress, but the actual light bulb on inspiration comes from just everyday life. Most of my ideas in art come from drawing something I've seen or experienced lately and then flipping it upside down in my sketchbook a few times until I find a new creative way to look it. How do you guys go about getting that big idea for your next project?