Work process

half-finished works litter my computer drive and sketchbook. they squirm, wanting to escape into the stage that is the internet, but unfortunately, i do not feel like finishing them. half-finished works litter my computer drive and sketchbook. they squirm, wanting to escape into the stage that is the internet, but unfortunately, i do not feel like finishing them. half-finished works litter my computer drive and sketchbook. they squirm, wanting to escape into the stage that is the internet, but unfortunately, i do not feel like finishing them. half-finished works litter my computer drive and sketchbook. they squirm, wanting to escape into the stage that is the internet, but unfortunately, i do not feel like finishing them. half-finished works litter my computer drive and sketchbook. they squirm, wanting to escape into the stage that is the internet, but unfortunately, i do not feel like finishing them. half-finished works litter my computer drive and sketchbook. they squirm, wanting to escape into the stage that is the internet, but unfortunately, i do not feel like finishing them. half-finished works litter my computer drive and sketchbook. they squirm, wanting to escape into the stage that is the internet, but unfortunately, i do not feel like finishing them.

When step 3 doesn’t occur, this may happen instead: “This idea…is stupid.” And scrap goes that piece.

You may notice that most (all?) of my pieces recently have been done on paper. This is because a sketchbook is available to me more often than a computer on which I can comfortably draw on. Also, it’s easier to draw on paper, although the paper I’m currently working on is terrible with pencil crayon. Different paper…or different materials next time, I promise.

  • Countrydreamer2010

    I love this! So true… so me!!!

    • http://superchlorine.com/ cL

       Thanks! I’m glad you liked it. If you find a way to break out of this…endless cycle, let me know! :P