Embarking on a project like a page a day, without an aim in sight, more a stretch of the journey traveled in a new fashion, has to be done without expectations.
I’ve doodled and made art since before I can remember. Habitually, obsessively, because I love the process, and because (probably like all artists) I have to.
This is a different approach: One book that daily documents my trials and tribulations of the moment in color and shape, tone and imagination. Day in, day out. And then spilling out the results out into the interweb.
Having pondered if the pages might soon look samey, I’m starting to realise the range and variety of imagery that can be created.
By observing small slices of each page on screen, perspective changes. Fresh ideas emerge.
The inspiration from something touched upon days prior can be reignited afresh when a blank page beckons.
And an unexpected bonus is to be blessed by the delightful and encouraging words from folks who join along the way, Big thank you! 😀
6 thoughts on “trekking round this learning curve”
Beautiful details – I often find even more interest in the close-ups of my own work, but you have to do one thing to get to the other! Good for you to commit to the daily page. One day I’ll go for it, I think you can develop tons of ideas from that kind of vigorous excercise!
Nice pink – I’m into pink lately…..!
I’ve magenta pink stuck in my ideas right now – must be something in the air! 🙂 thanks for all your lovely comments.
It’s a joy for me to follow your daily process and what a resource treasure you will have when you decide to change to larger work…
These pages are fantastic, and what a great project to undertake! Especially love your blues and your reds!
Your pages are fantastic and what a great project to undertake! Especially like your reds and blues!
It’s so much fun to do – and a reason to play with colors every day!