I think I have to keep working on this one. It isn't powerful enough.
As I don't know where I'm heading right now, it's especially hard to determine what I should change and what I should keep. Should I stay with these colours, or should I introduce some more naturalistic ones? Should I keep the loose gestural style, or add some blocky shapes to complement and contrast them with? Should I add more intuitive marks, or should I think really hard and deduce what is missing?
I feel so lost. Have to push through this soon. #artistProblems #traditionalArt
And I see another session coming, adding juuuust a tiny bit of depth and definition back in. Hope it works out.
@TQ toss a coin
I admire that you still find spoons to do your art. I'm in the same position (child birthday preparations and work) and I can hardly motivate myself to do more ^^
And İ love your paintings, thanks for always sharing them!
@kex_nom It's my pleasure!
And I must admit, I'm one who feels pressure when I'm *not* doing art. It was fine for years, but now... It's an existential dread that drives me to dig up spoons when there are none left. I'm sure it would be unhealthy for longer periods of time, but for shorter ones, like 2-4 weeks, it's ok. I can dance on the edge like that.
@TQ *realizing stuff*
I'm glad that you're taking care of yourself and not submitting to a burnout.
that takes a lot of strength 🧡
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