February Recap

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My Daily Habit in February was to search out images and collect then in my sketch book. This was a really simple process and sometimes it it the simple things that can get you back on track.  Looking back on them triggers more ideas for both print and fiber work.

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So, a few  lessons learned,

  • Looking is a skill that should be learned and mastered.
  • This was a great escape, looking through all sorts of magazine, brochures, junk mail. Cutting and pasting images. But It didn’t feel like quite enough.
  • February skies are still depressing.

For those of you just joining in, I am following along with Crystal Moody’s Year of Creative Habits.  Crystal is amazing in her discipline to the project and I love her work, especially lately with dinosaurs and bugs – two things very close to my heart.  You might want to head over there and see her interview with me. Or not. It’s cool.

4 responses »

  1. Love this. Thanks for the inspiration! I’ve subscribed to Crystal’s site. Would love to participate but need to ruminate on this for a few days before I commit. I tend to get all excited about these kinds of things and then fail miserably and then end up feeling like a loser.

  2. You know, I have to admit that I’ve missed days, then take an hour and get caught up. February was a particularly rough month for me which is why I chose a very simple habit. So really – dive in. Crystal won’t dock grades for incomplete work, I promise!!

  3. thank you Dawn! And yes Cathy, join in when you can! “Looking is a skill that should be learned and mastered.” — I love that, so true yet sometimes difficult. I just love your shadow photos on IG lately too. XXXX

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