December Life Workshop 2

December 9, 2012





3 Responses to “December Life Workshop 2”

  1. Thanks for stopping in to ArtCalling and Liking one of my posts. I get a lot of casual Likes, and often follow up to see who they are from, and I am rarely inspired by the sites. But you can really draw, you are searching and experimenting and your artistic sense is great. I love your work, keep going! cheers, Sarah

  2. Hi Sarah, thank you very much for your visit back, time taken to comment and most of all your encouragement which made me blush a bit! It is much appreciated. Blogging has helped create a paper trail of my creativity, so when I do get round to doing something, it doesn’t feel like a one off, but part of a process and less depressing when it turns out rubbish! What I didn’t predict was how inspiring other blogs would be and the support you get from other bloggers. I will come back to your blog as I only stopped yesterday as the charge was running out on my phone! I know you have many other great posts to explore.

  3. Hi ( I’d use your name if I knew it), I like what you said about a piece not feeling like a one off but part of a process, and how that eases the sting when one turns out rubbish! Don’t I know.

    Thanks for your reply and for coming back and exploring and appreciating many of my posts. I’m glad you like them.

    I’m a hopeless networker as far as following other blogs- mostly because I prefer genuine contacts to loads of followers who I don’t connect with. Just to let you know I’ve bookmarked your blog as one of the few I like, and intend to return.

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