any missing paintings or sketches I've submitted here at deviantArt at my website. Plus many conceptual and rough draft instances of said projects.
Thanks for all of your support, comments, and favorites here at devinatArt, they do NOT go unnoticed.
Not one bit!
I'm only speaking on my behalf, though sharing it with anyone who cares to read.
deviantArt may be a safe place for those willing to participate in exactly what deviantArt stands for: creativity without remorse. It's here, as an artist, a poet, a writer, a photographer and more can come to share their talents without the burden of judgement or ego. Finding a safe haven to do so is rare, and once found, is a place the person who is participating constructively (regardless of the reactions of those who aren't participating) will return to to pursue their goal: acceptance of their talent without ridicule or spite. Being able to share your inner
Tempus Noir: Myriad Dream and the accompanying updates on my website. Also, since Mother's Day is right around the corner, just going to remember my own mother who passed away August 2005, and also wish any moms I know, and those I don't, a very Happy Mother's Day this Sunday.
While I'm still working on completing a couple of sketches, a painting, and a Mother's Day/Birthday gift, I've also been in the midst of Tempus Noir: Myriad Dream and writing.
My first passion is writing, though novel writing has very little to show until it's done. And I mean completely done. Sure, writing a chapter may take a day, but sharing it with everyone may ultimately ruin the book for the same readers wanting to read the entire novel without spoilers or foreknowledge. If you catch me on a particularly exuberant day, I may talk about it, but I'll still hold back slightly so as not to spoil the entire experience I'm hoping will be an
Thanks to all who showed great support for me recovering from not one but two debilitating incidents over the last week.
You truly are great!
My illness is passing and I received the new Intuos 4 tablet yesterday, which only makes me do two things:
Dance and get back to the art!
Have a good weekend~
Well, I'm recovering from illness, and the loss of my Intuos3 digital art pad - all in one week.
But, in the next few days, all should be well, thanks to perserverance and the angels that look over me.
See you soon!
Alright, it's almost spring, and if you're anything like me, that means winter is finally done and you're frickin stoked.
Time to show some positivity! Sure, painting and writing primarily takes place behind a desk or in a chair, but get on up and out to stretch out those muscles and backs, as well as your imaginations.
Talk to you soon!