I’m currently picking up where I left.
My art and projects were sort of paused and it felt like I was paused with them. Now that I’m out of the inactivity and into the momentum I don’t have enough time in the day to do all that I want and need to do.
Let me tell you, because I must tell someone and frankly my family has already heard about it enough, they need a rest. Teehee.
I’m working on 2 different personal projects that came out of nowhere. One day I just suddenly got an urge to go draw them and paint them. They are not connected to each other so it’s getting quite difficult to create both concepts at the same time, but also it is a lot of fun!
The first one is a concept of opposites, I started thinking about light as a sort of sentient entity then the obvious was darkness as in night and starry skies then I got lost, still playing around figuring out what’s next from there and if there’s even a “next”. Maybe that’s it, just light and darkness and then I move onto the next thing.
I am not used to not planning, but ideas are sometimes like this for me, improvised when it comes to creating something.
The second one is flowing smoothly though, this is something I wanted to do for a long time, I wanted to draw and paint a full sheet of traditional items from my country. Something that represents what pops in my mind when I think of my patch of earth I call home in this huge world.
I have it all planned and figured out, this pleases my list obsessed shoulder monkey.
It’s going to be 12 images and I even know what I’m doing with them when I finish painting them but for that you’ll have to wait, I will show you in detail when it’s done!
I’m sketching away and it’s all working out like I want it to. That’s not something I can say every day. I’m sure someone relates.
So, thank you for stopping by and having a read and a look at what I do.
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I’m just starting to fill them up so it’s content ghost town right now, not going to be the case for long. I don’t know what bit me but I can’t stop writing and making things.
See you Monday morning! I feel like cooking and I’m sharing a recipe then.
~ Martha Idalhi.