To create or not to create, and the frustration that can cause.
Last week I wrote about three space paintings I was currently working on. I've still been whittling away at them, but I think I finally finished one of them. Maybe. At the moment of this writing, I'm waiting to see how dark the acrylics get after it dries and cures completely. Let's have a quick … Continue reading Finishing a space painting
Here are the 4th week of Inktober drawings. See the others here: Week 1, Week 2, Week 3. Prompt #18 was "Bottle." Several years ago, I went to the park and sat alone in my car. My boys were off visiting their father. I was lonely and couldn't stay at the quiet house any more. … Continue reading Inktober #4
I spent a majority of my time last week getting up publications for October and November dates. Not everything is in place yet, so I don't want to say too much, but very soon. Hopefully this week. I've also spend some time playing around in Adobe Audition this week. I've been teaching myself how to … Continue reading Progress – October 16, 2017
I've been working with Manga Studios (or I was before I got taken down with this awful cold that's been going around). I've said in prior posts that a person can make great strides in accomplishing whatever they want to do even if they only work on it in 15 minutes a day. Well, as … Continue reading Putting forth the work
If you had only 15 minutes per day to dedicate to your creative outlet, whatever that may be for you, do you believe you'd get anywhere? 15 minutes of painting, or writing, or sculpting, or sewing, etc. Do these small chunks of time really add up to anything? Of course they do! Just like if … Continue reading What can you do in 15 minutes per day?