Tuesday, February 09, 2010

not a good studio day


I sucked big time in the studio today. I don't know what I was trying to achieve - but the painting was not only not good - it was really bad. No talent, no skills ... have I just been lucky the other times?

So I post a sketch made for a playful project instead.

7 comments:

**WE BLOG ARTISTS** said...

everyone has tough days...don't get too down on yourself...hey...I like this...
Have a better day tomorrow!
Char

aimee said...

i love that the cutout shape expresses the same feeling you had about your studio day. he/she looks just a bit dejected. best of luck tomorrow!

Daniel Milton said...

Samma här. Men en kass dag brukar betyda att något bra är på gång.

gracia said...

Yes, I recognize that feeling, that day, all too well. It struck me yesterday as I was making a handful of new zines before me. Looking at them with my collages on postcards en masse I thought they looked like utter rubbish. When that happens, if I cannot keep on regardless, I pack up and do something else.

Hope your next day in the studio is more uplifting.

g xo

Alexandra Gerull said...

The bad day is a day or two or so before something wonderful happens. I meet this in rehearsals time and time again. Days that suck are preludes to a break-through. Loosen up, get some fresh air, some exercise, a good night's sleep and tomorrow return to the fray in full faith.

Veja cecilia said...

du vet hur det funkar, efter ner kommer upp, efter upp kommer ner. varje gång jag hamnar i en såndär formsvacka försöker jag tänka på att det betyder att jag utvecklas och att jag granskar mig själv mer kritiskt. när du kollar på den där målningen om några veckor ser du styrkan i den. kom igen!

●• Thereza said...

hmmm sometimes that's how it goes my friend... we need rainy days to be able to appreciate when the sun comes out :)