Sometimes the universe works against you and other times it works for you.
Normally I try to balance my time between drawing and painting. However, this week due to circumstances and a certain asshole I was unable to sit down and draw as I would normally. Bummer, however, this turned out to be an opportunity to spend more time working on my current painting project which I have tentatively entitled “Singularity”.
Over the past month or so I have been struggling with “getting into” my painting and now, because of this, I have become engrossed in my painting. It was just simply a matter of allocating more time.
Of course the drawing suffers. That’s okay because my drawings were becoming stale. I needed a break.
As for my painting — I’m still feeling my way around but it’s slowly taking shape and I can see an end point. Now it’s just a matter of devoting all of my energy and time to this project.
I have finally convinced my inner self that not every brush has to be perfect or correct. After all, it’s only a painting. A painting is nothing more than just dabs of paint on a surface. To mean something more is up to you — the viewer.
The best part of painting: seeing paint go from my brush to the canvas — spectacular!Ed Ritchie
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