Friday, February 29, 2008

A Lazy Friday Thoughts

I felt so cold today. I haven't done much but slept and tried relaxing with not so relaxing ways. I was also thinking of setting up a new blogsite for my arts alone but I don't have enough collection yet to put them up on a blog of their own. All the artworks I've done before I got here in the U.S. are left in the Philippines, probably just sitting on the bottom shelf of a cabinet, accumulating dusts. I was thinking, I shoulda' woulda' coulda' duh. Since I got here, I didn't really find time to draw or paint anything even though my husband bought me a two-hundred-dollar plus easel and some other stuff I could have used everyday but I didn't. I felt like I wasted too much time. I just started going back into it lately, like last month when I realized I should update my blogs, I started last 2006 and probably monetize it(which I find so difficult and complicated). I was also thinking of just working at home so I can find enough time for whatever things needed to be done here in the house(our house is a mess) but I just can't find any. So, now, I'm looking for a real-world job(or whatever you call it) and might have found one already that will possibly hire me. I need a lot of money for my meds coz I'm a sick fat cat.(lol) the thing is, as I said I just started going back to my passion and just started this blogging life, will I still have time when I get a real job? Well, that's my Lazy Friday thoughts.

Well, yesterday, I wasn't so lazy so I drew a portrait of this cute little girl, her name is Chloee.

I used a soft 4B Charcoal pencil on a drawing paper. The size of this portrait is 9" x 11 1/2".


Matchfingers said...

What a great drawing, I wish I can come up with something like that.. Cute looking girl!

Pand0ra Wilde said...

You have an incredible talent, and even though much time has passed, you can still start working again. You might find that time and age has refined your eye, giving you a deeper perspective to work from.

I had to take an extended break from my art, and I was worried that I had forgotten too much when I found myself able to start again. Instead I found that the study I had done to replace the craving need I had to work sharpened my knowlege and gave my creativity a more solid base. It allowed me to "fly a little higher," so to speak, because I knew more about what I'd find when I was finally able to take off.

I really hope you keep drawing now that you've started again. What's past is past, but you have a lot of future ahead of you that you can put to use.

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