I hope I don't have to apologise every week for not getting to visit you all, but I'm afraid I'm having to this week...seriously but where does the time fly?
As well as seriously indulging in eating out numerous times this last week, I did manage to sneak into the studio and produced two new line drawings, doodles, zentangles or whatever you like to call them.
I know my desk is still looking so bare, but I hope to slowly fill it...I'm not wanting to rush and frighten away my new found creativity ; D
There's also lots of cupboard space, so I may be able to keep organised and tidy...LOL yeah right!
I thought I'd transform some of my own photographs this week....so although some of you who follow me already may have seen them before, but I hope you don't mind.
The rosebud was taken outside my bedroom window and the hibiscus is actually a cutting taken only last season and resides down the side path in a pot at the moment, yet to be planted into the garden.
I'm quite happy with the hibiscus but I wasn't sure if the rosebud was finished or not...I decided to leave well alone. That's the hardest part actually, knowing when to stop!
It's just as important to have the clear, white, blank area's as it is to have the patterned.
Here's the original photos...
I'm hoping to enlarge my garlic drawing in the coming week to an A3 size. I have just the place for it in the kitchen and thought it might be ideal for that space. Black or white mount with black frame?
I'll let you see it if I get that far...
So if you haven't a clue what I'm on about or visited What's on your workdesk Wednesday or WOYWW before, then nip across and visit Julia over at http://stamping-ground.blogspot.com/ Take a peek at an incredible amount of interesting idea's, creativity and a whole great bunch of arty people! It's fun....
Thank you for your visit here today and I hope you come back soon. Next time I'll pop the kettle on....