I just realized, having finished my first paying commission, that I don't have anything else lined up immediately for projects. Weird. I've been so absorbed in that work that I let other projects sit on the back burner so long, they've gone cool. I wonder what I'll think to do next... HM.
My gallery is all higgledy-piggledy. Whatever I happen to be working on is what ends up here. My long-term projects get intermixed with quick sketches and ideas that strike me, and I jot them down before they get away. One day it's Victorian Cthulhu, the next day it's a RPG art, or a doodle, or fan art... It's like getting your peanut butter mixed in with chocolate, and butterscotch and celery, and...
This is where someone points out that I could put each thing in different galleries. But which to feature and which to squirrel away? Decisions, decisions.
Since I've been home with my parents for most of December (my dad was in the hospital for 2 weeks), I've been cranking out pen illustrations/sketches for the Brooklyn Museum Sketchbook Project (link here). It's a brilliant idea and there are some wickedly cool things that people have done with the sketchbooks. Definitely pushing the envelope.
Me, I'm being pretty traditional. I have the theme of "[your name here]" which has led to interesting drawings. You'd think, given that I had it since the end of October, I could do lots more with it. That does not account for a lot of rumination and procrastination. Once you factor those into it,