It’s been yet another crazy busy week. A bit of traveling, a lot of art, a visitor, a lot of running around, anddd now I’m sick. Yay!
And the week isn’t even over yet. . .
The good news is that I’m done with my traveling so I can focus more on my artistic endeavors and that means less cramming for me.
It mayyy also mean that I get to start doing videos again but perhaps that’s a bit of an unrealistic goal because the busyness isn’t quite over yet, unfortunately.
But regardless of how busy I’ve been with other things, I’ve been the most busy when it comes to my art. During the past three weeks I’ve finished these paintings and sketches:
Started and/or worked on these ones (not including my next weekly drawing):
And I’ve been gone for 8 of those 19 days. Not a ton but that’s a lot when you’re working on that much art in between trips.
But that’s not all, oh no, that’s not all.
I’ve also recently been posting on other social media platforms. Yep, I finally got social media and I’ve been using it behind your backs. How dare I.
Not only do I post the inevitable work-in-progress’s, I also post ‘exclusive’ content on all of them so if you want you can follow me on:
Facebook, where I post my thoughts on different mediums and brands, my art in general, and who knows what else (my last post was on this neat pack of blank mixed media cards I got)
Instagram, which has extra work in progress photos and a look into my ‘studio’ life (whatever that means)
Twitter, where I retweet quotes and posts I like and share little sneak peeks of what I’m thinking and doing, like the live stream I joined today.
Google+, which is focused on the behind-the-scenes of my brainstorming progress for my art and youtube channel (or it will be once I start making videos again)
And Tumblr, where I post the stuff I’m too embarrassed by to post anywhere else, along with random doodles and sketches and thumbnails.
All these accounts are fairly new for me and I’ll be developing them more over time and making them more unique to themselves and (hopefully) more engaging.
So hop on, enjoy the ride, and if you have any feedback, I’d appreciate it very much!
Until next time!
P.S. Since I’m fairly new to the social media game if any of you have art accounts on any of these sites, please link them below and I just might follow you 🙂