Ever see those "Demotivation Posters?" They are a spoof on those motivational posters, where someone puts a word and then has a catchy slogan to try and inspire you to work harder. Well, these posters are designed to take you down a notch. It's all in good humor.
In this vein, I have added the Scooby-Doo Demotivation Poster "Creativity." In this artwork, based upon an image from "What a Knight For A Knight," Scooby seeks to save Shaggy (whose head is embedded in a painting) by dressing up as an artist and distracting the Black Knight from attacking, offering to paint a portrait of him. Miraculously, the Black Knight falls for it.
Thus, the Demotivation Poster for "Creativity" states "It enables you to successfully distract a villain. Of course, it has to be a really stupid villain." Call it a version of suspension of disbelief.
Here's the lineart, in case you miraculously think that this is downloaded original work from the Hanna Barbera files: [link]
PS: The drawing itself is fraught with spatial mistakes, but the coloring job was pretty snappy, if I may say so myself.