First of all, I just want to say that this is the most creatively-inspired I've been in a long time.
Every day I am literally bursting at the seams with new ideas of things I want to draw and create and design. (Well, not literally. That would be disgusting.) But I can’t remember a time where I’ve been this excited to draw. I have to keep a “to-draw” list on my desk to keep it all straight, so I don’t forget these fun ideas. They aren’t all masterpieces (as Mr. Mullet here proves), but I am having a really good time drawing right now. Over the months there’s been a constant voice in my head wondering why I decided to blog at all, and today I feel like that voice will be put to rest. Because six months ago I was in a drawing slump with no vision or motivation, and now I’m at a point where I wish I could take a month off of work and just draw all day, every day, and it wouldn’t be enough time. It’s a very fulfilling feeling. Blogging has been worth it just for me to get to this point.
And as for today’s work of art, it was inspired by all the children’s books I’ve been reading lately. I mean, the books I’ve been reading to my friends’ children. All of the “A is for Apple” books are just so…predictable. I’d love to make a letter series that is more imaginative/ridiculous. This is a good start.