*MADE EYEBALLS LAST NIGHT*
And it was very fun. I mean, who doesn't need an extra set of eyeballs?
I've been working on individual facial features for a clothing project. Last night I made the eyeballs and today I'll finish the nose. I'm calling it the 'Who Nose?' tank top. I've already sewn on the red flannel mouth and the sea-foam green teeth and the fuzzy purple hair and once I sew on the eyes and nose, I'll be able to call it a day and move onto the next project. Hallelujah!
Also, exciting news! My artistic YouTube channel with time-lapses of my art-making is up and running! And this video here of me creating these eyeballs is my very first time-lapse. Watch! Subscribe! Comment! Hooray!
It's so damn fun to make these time-lapses. I highly recommend it for every artist out there. Documenting your artistic process is a very satisfying feeling. I've also noticed that it inspires an amount of discipline in me that I've been sorely lacking. I want the time-lapse to culminate in a finished piece and thus I'm inspired to actually sit at my table until the piece is finished. In the past, I've gotten overwhelmed at the 'finishing' part, which explains my overly abundant drawer of 'unfinished work'.
I don't like it. Rarely finishing any project and then having them stack up is not an enjoyable feeling. I'm trying to break out of this bad habit once and for all, and these time-lapses are definitely helping me accomplish this. I really enjoy working my butt off and finishing every project I start and I'm excited to share every single finished piece of artwork with all you folks! YAY!