Another in the Close-Up Photography series.
I’ve always appreciated how wood looks, the grooves and flows, just all of the tiny details. Any little part can have great character; hopefully, I captured some of that here.
Firstly, I apologize for missing my regularly scheduled posts on Mondays. I know it has been quite a few weeks since I last uploaded. The reason being I have a new job! I’m very excited for it, but my work days are all over the place while I’m training, and they will continue to vary until the end of September. Then, of course, I’ll be at the bottom of the barrel for shift choices. Haha.
I wanted to let you followers know that I will not be abandoning this little art blog. It just won’t be as regular as it used to be. Also with this new job, I’ll have less time to actually make art, so time between posts will be longer. But know once I finish a piece, it will be right here!
I also wished to take the time to thank each of you for following this blog. This is my first real effort for anything social media, and seeing all of your likes, follows, and comments are very encouraging! Thank you so much for the support!! I want to continue to share the things I make simply for the sake of sharing. Thank you again for the encouragement, and expect some more art soon!
Good day to y’all. : )
I wanted to dabble in a style called Close-Up Photography. It is very hard for me to keep the image clear/sharp due to the fact that my hands are actually quite shaky. I really do like this style; I just need a little more practice!
A little clay house based on the Whoville style. Haven’t painted it yet, but I still wanted to share. This one took 10 – 12 hours to make over the course of about three days. I’m pretty happy with it, but I can still see places where I can improve. Always moving forward!
To capture the feeling: “Don’t touch anything; don’t clean anything! I know exactly where everything is!”