I rarely show anyone what I'm working on, but I decided to post a sneak peak at something I'm doing just in case anyone wonders what does paula do all day?
This could be a failure, its not uncommon for whatever I create to turn into something completely different, and that includes a disaster. I've learned the most when things have collapsed or turned into ugly ruins. Honestly, I don't mind nearly as much as I used to because I know it is in the doing more than the final product. Sure I want this to be fantastic and even sellable or gallery showable, but I will be thrilled if it just turns out and I like it enough to have it for myself. This has proven to be a tedious and repetitive undertaking, lots of sanding, cutting, cleaning and varnishing with an hour or so per layer to dry before I can do the next. It gives me time to scoot off to another project...to tweet, to make etsy treasuries....dare I say I am in SIX treasuries today that other people created? Feels like things are slowly changing, moving, turning around. My learning curve and concentration level is improving and now that I've decided to just try like my life depends on it, I've left the where to move and how will I make it worries behind. One step at a time even if some days you can't find your shoes.