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I really don't have much to say. I just grew tired of dropping by my dA page and seeing a several-year-old journal entry. I wish I had something more profound to add, but I don't usually even have time to pee during a normal workday, so I'm afraid this is about as deep and meaningful as I'm likely to be these days.
Peace, all. Keep making art. ♥
Peace, all. Keep making art. ♥
Proud of our Wisconsin teachers. When the product of your labor is a child's future, you must stand up for what you know is right. Funding my publicly-educated autistic son's paraprofessional should come before funding freeway interchanges. Period.
“The greatest treasures are those invisible to the eye but found by the heart.” ~Maryanne Williamson It was nice to look at my dA artist's page today and find myself pleased with all my "newest deviations." Usually, I find myself wincing at one or another, thinking about what I didn't like and what I could have changed. But today I surprised myself and felt only contentment. Maybe it's because I haven't had much time to render -- less quantity, more quality and all that. In any event, it was a nice moment. I can't believe we're in 2015 -- and that we're almost 1/12th of the way through it already. My twins turned 11 just b
“Never say goodbye because goodbye means going away and going away means forgetting.” ― J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan It's been a very sad few weeks. In addition to the recent loss of the amazing Robin Williams, our little DAZ community has also bid farewell to one of our dearest, finest members. Jaderail, mentor to soooo many people on the DAZ forums (and elsewhere) has left us with holes in our hearts -- but a smile in them, also. He was featured in my journal when he passed, so I thought I'd take a moment and single him out. He will be missed. Please remember... cherish your health and support education and research of ch
Enjoying the scenery
"“Scenery is fine - but human nature is finer.” ~ John Keats" SInce it's been a reeeeeeally long time, I thought I'd update my journal. I've been going back over my gallery, looking at strengths/weaknesses, etc.; but I'm also looking at my own particular style. I've come to the conclusion that I enjoy character studies. The "stories" in my images are more biographical than narrative. But I like that. While they're technically less involved than action scenes or multi-character images with highly complex backgrounds, I find beauty in the simple portrait. With summer here, I've taken on a purely fun project. Some people I m
"People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing." ~Dale Carnegie I took a look at my gallery today. And do you know what I saw? Someone trying hard to express deep meaning in her art. Admirable, for sure, but... When I look at my earlier works, I realized that my inspiration used to just be, well, fun. I've recently started to work so hard at showing the world that Poser art is legitimate, that it seems I've forgotten that it's okay to just CREATE -- for no reason other than it's a lot of fun to do so. I realized I miss rendering "chicks with guns" and "elves in the woods" and "mindless pretty girls." Lol. I miss.