When I get home, I look through the images then make several different folders. The 3 folders that I made this time were People, Instagram, and Japanese Print inspired. Can you detect which image applies to all three categories?
Just a short post about how I brainstorm and why notebooks are important.
Summer is over, classes are starting and I'm waking up at 6am every morning.
I've still got a few more summer projects to share with you, but now I'll be shifting my focus. Hopefully I'll have enough time to continue writing for all you wonderful followers.
Instead of posting about projects, since there will be many and they are not of my own making, I will write about what I like about the project and what I learn about my artistic identity from them.
I'm in three studio classes; ceramic survey, 3D design, and photography survey plus astronomy and world geography. On top of that, I hope to stay involved in the ballroom club and become more involved in the art community. Since I'm learning about the world and the universe, I'll feel like a multi-talented photographer in a big, BIG world - excuse me, universe - by the end of the semester.
Mornings... Last semester I had a few 8 am classes and the worst thing about them was feeling as if I just woke up... Because usually I did just wake up. So to solve that problem I've started a new routine where I wake up around 6. I thought that it would be difficult - extremely difficult. Luckily, I love it. It's fantastic to wake up in the morning hand have two hours to myself in a quiet and peaceful world before I feel like I'm being rushed through everything. I wake up and spend some time focusing on Christ before anything else. Then I get ready for the day, fix eggs and coffee, then sit on my back porch to read. The air is fresh, the sun is just barely shinin through the trees, and I get to be alone with Mother Nature and my thoughts. I can always count on my mornings, and they may be the best part of every day.