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Observation of Technique

I put things/ideas next to each other and see
what relationship, if any, results.

I like to take ideas that are unrelated and form
a relationship between them.

Recently I used "Hairstyles" and "Flavors" to develop
a concept of "Edible Hairstyles." Personally, I would
find that a disgusting experience, but as a concept
I enjoyed it, because it was initially unlikely, and
therefore, a challenge.

Sometimes taking an idea and placing it next to another
that is unlikely is just too cheap and obvious, though.
I am thinking of all the fanfic type work in which innocent
characters are depicted as depraved.

In that situation, taking the direct opposite of an idea
isn't a particularly creative solution.

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