I love starting a new project, but inevitably my enthusiasm wanes and it’s hard to stick with and finish the project . As I look back on my creative projects this year, I’m surprised there aren’t more abandoned projects. I know the reason why. It’s because of you! If I was working privately and not filling you in on all the details, I would be a lot less motivated to finish. So thank you!
I’m of two minds on forgotten projects. One part of me wants to finish them. But the other part of me, thinks I should work on what inspires me. A happy medium between these two “minds” is probably the answer. So, as part of My Creative Resolution 2015, I will (every so often) select a forgotten project and finish it.
I can’t promise I’ll pick these projects at random, or how often I’ll do this – but I do promise to keep you posted. 😉
Girl Digging, acrylic
Beach Girl, illustration style in progress. Last version – watercolor
A Mirror (that’s buried in the garage), that I was going to sand and paint the frame in an interesting way. It’s been there since June.