Artistic Sense and Good Taste

Eli was always getting hit up for recommendations by people visiting the city for the weekend. They always valued his artistic sense and good taste.

This is a very difficult skill to nail down. Many people feel taste is subjective, but you can develop a sense of artistry through practice. In fact, to be more creative, many people start by copying until they begin to acquire their own sense of voice, taste, and feel for the art they're working with.

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