busy, busy, busy




I'd like to say that I've been doing new and creative things... but I'm just being as creative as I can with a big deadline looming. I think everyone else must be pretty busy too, as we're getting long dry stretches here between posts. With that in mind, I'll just add some visual distraction: this is what my nose is buried in.

Happy working, everyone!

5 comments:

John said...

I love looking at other people's palettes! It somehow gives an indication not only of working methods, but also the character of the artist. the little strip of water colour paper you test your colours on, I should do that!

John

Consie said...

Me too - I love seeing other peoples studios and methods, and then figuring out what they are doing, and seeing what I can learn from it. Those little strips are because I'm a frugal freak... I had to cut those narrow strips off the spreads so that they fit to be taped on the boards I had. And then I couldn't bear to just burn them or put them in the recycling. Maybe that's why my studio gets so cluttered... Oh well...

Leanne said...

God, I'm relieved to see I am not the only one with every available horizontal surface covered in papers, art supplies and STUFF! Also that you too balance your coffee (tea?) in the midst of it all. I sometimes think I am insane, but have only once or twice in fifteen years dumped an entire coffee over my drawing table! :D

Leanne said...

hahaha, a frugal freak!
Me too I keep lots of those little strips, cuz it seems horrid to throw them out. and yes I use them to try out colors, work out my greytone palette etc. And yes, my studio is cluttered.

John Nez said...

Glad to see your desk is as messy as mine!

jn