Saturday; Two Units
I begin with an apology.
I haven’t blogged in a while and my excuse is that I’m taking two extra units this semester and it’s close to strangling me. German is a bit crazy and International Studies is slowly dragging me down, but I now have two weeks of break to concentrate on Vivid and on drawing in general, so here are some pages of my past few lectures and breaks.
On the 6th of April I went to the doctors and because it was a Saturday the waiting list was about an hour or two delayed or something. Either way, I had some time on my hands and a whole food court filled with different types of people. So I drew for the first time in a long time, and what turned out wasn’t as rusty as I was expecting.
There were a lot of tweens whose shoulders and hips were at the loveliest of opposites so I drew them (and a lot of them).
On the 10th of April I ditched my International Studies lecture to go to my Animation Studio lecture instead because I missed it and I missed being creative for productive reasons and finding excuses to draw.
I don’t think anything has made me feel better like that lecture.
All in all I am currently a bit missing in action but I promise there will be posts and drawings soon, especially next semester when I’m doing two less units and studio again! I’m also working on a very late commission right now for a lovely Mary friend of mine, for which I promise to be posting up images of soon once life gets out of the way for a brief moment (which should be at the end of the week). The last Mary and Her Monsters illustration is also in the making, and Yellow is a bit scarred and scattered but I’ll pick it back up soon enough. We’re moving out of Midnight pretty soon as well, which is a little sad but the old girl needs someone new who are better at time management skills to take care of her. The new apartment is yet to be named but isn’t too far from our old one, just much newer and fresher. It also has a very big balcony and a lift and, living on the fifth floor, I know Kristin and I will be very grateful for it.
There’s a lot going on right now and I’ll be a bit delayed in posting but I’ll cry and draw when this semester is over simply because of how much wordy work I’ve had to do compared to the creative side of things.
Draw me something, Annie.