My wife and I are having our first child in January and we are thinking nursery themes and we keep leaning toward robots. I love robots and she loves robots, I mean our wedding cake topper was robots! So been doodling some robots and possibly thinking of doing some decals on the walls and paintings on the walls.
What better way to start a Monday than with a sketch of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man from Ghostbusters!
“I tried to think of the most harmless thing…something that could never, ever possibly destroy us….Mr. Stay Puft!”
I might have to watch this movie tonight – what a great series of movies.
I was away for the last few days but I have a bunch of sketches and random stuff, really just doodles. More stuff to come this week when I settle back in. Also I missed Illustration Friday last week so I just took a peak at this weeks topic: Mesmerizing, should be a fun one.
With all this rain we have been having I was inspired to draw a sea monster. Today is a great Fall-like day. Something about Fall really inspires me. I am not sure what it is, maybe the change of colors and the transition of seasons but it really helps get my creative juices flowing! Welcome Fall!
I know we have all done it, come up with a great idea and started it and something happened and you never revisited the project. Another scenario that is too familiar, you have another awesome and amazing idea and you write it down and think about it for weeks and you just drop it or it gets pushed aside because of life and other commitments.
I found an interesting quote on Seth Godin’s Blog:
“99% of the time, in my experience, the hard part about creativity isn’t coming up with something no one has ever thought of before. The hard part is actually executing the thing you’ve thought of.
The devil doesn’t need an advocate. The brave need supporters, not critics.”
My question to everyone is how do people find time for their creative projects?