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QUIZ: Which Creative Medium Are You?

Jul 20, 2018

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AMY DAVIDSON

Cork & Chroma Test Kitchen Quiz What creative Medium are you
Do you ever feel the need to get arty but you’re not sure where to begin, or even which medium is right for you?

 

Never fear—the TK Team have got your back! Take this nifty little quiz to find out which creative medium suits you best, complete with Pinterest boards to kickstart your creative journey to ‘destination inspiration’!

 

Whether you’re drawn to clay, painting, photography, drawing or collage, there’s a medium for everyone. Use this quiz as your creative launchpad and see where the medium takes you!

**Disclaimer: living with the ‘creative condition’ can be addictive and there’s no known cure. Side effects may result as the insatiable desire to keep creating. You have been warned!

 

START THE QUIZ!

My approach on life is to...

The most important component of making art is...

I am most inspired by...

On the weekend, I...

2D or 3D?

You’ve just moved to a new town, what do you do first?

How would your friends or family describe you?

How do you approach solving problems?

What kind of creative work environment do you thrive in?

What's your go to social media app?

QUIZ: What Creative Medium Are You?
Painting

You live life in full colour, appreciating the wonder, beauty and mystery of the world around you. You’re a free spirit, who expresses themselves with colour, shape and symbology. Try dabbling with different painting mediums to see which one you connect with most. Painting is an inspiring way to express your creativity, from the fluidity of watercolour to fast drying acrylic or the rich texture of oils... let's see where it takes you. Check out our ‘Painting Medium’ Pinterest Board we've curated for you, with even more suggested creative activities for budding painters!
Drawing

You have a long, steady focus and good attention to detail, which suits you best to the medium of drawing. . Patience and commitment allows you to sink into the present moment, observing and recreating the world around you. From the precise linework of a pen or expressive smudges of charcoal and pastels, experimenting with many drawing tools will help to ignite your creativity.
Check out our ‘Drawing Medium’ Pinterest Board we've curated for you, with even more suggested creative activities for budding drawers!
Clay

For you, it’s all about the tactile experience of creating, with touch being your most developed sense. You’re a person who doesn’t mind getting their hands dirty or getting physical whilst creating. You’re down to earth and like to feel grounded, so experimenting with clay is the perfect medium for you. Whether you start with air dry clay or throw on a pottery wheel, it’s all about being present.Use your senses and create with your bare hands to enjoy the company of your unique creative spark.
Check out our ‘Clay Medium’ Pinterest Board we've curated for you, with even more suggested creative activities for budding sculptors!
Photography

You’re a natural observer and find the beauty in everyday moments of the world around you. You have a unique eye and often see things in a way others do not. This is a natural talent. Whether you use a DSLR camera, old an school film camera or your smartphone - it doesn’t matter! It’s all about capturing a moment. Keep on documenting the way you see life and watch your skills and style develop. Photography is sometimes called painting with light, so zone in and focus on the world. For a starting point, try experimenting with black and white photography and take note of the magic found in the contrast of light and shade!
Check out our ‘Photography Medium’ Pinterest Board we've curated for you, with even more suggested creative activities for budding photographers!
Collage

You are natural disruptor! You like to deconstruct, analyse and reconstruct the world around you in creative ways. This may cause people to reevaluate the status quo or reflect on a particular stance. You might be an underground rebel with a cause or a budding activist. Channelling that energy into collage can help you work out what you’re passionate about, or what message you want to send to the masses. The great thing about collage is there are no rules. You can use magazines, books, coloured paper or any material you can cut and glue! Embrace your inclination to question the world around you as it helps keep your mind fresh and inspired!
Check out our ‘Collage Medium’ Pinterest Board we've curated for you, with even more suggested creative activities for budding collage artists!

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