I entered 2018 with a slight case of inertia, but having things leftover from 2017 to finish has really motivated me. I think that sometimes the prospect of starting a bright, shiny New Year with a spring in your step and a brand new list of goals can be a bit intimidating. Having old tasks to complete already sitting on the to-do list, took the pressure off and I gained momentum by simply carrying on where I left off. So, the second half of January has flown by and it's because I've been spending a significant amount of time glued to my desk - but I'm not complaining.
I finished my final Christmas Elf collage. I'm not entirely sure it fits with the previous collages in the series but I like it, it amuses me.
The book cover that I mentioned in the last post has also moved along, but I can't share any of that yet.
I can, however, share two woodland related collages that join the fox collage I created last year - an owl and a hare. Again I'd like to create a series of at least five of these as I think they look really effective, so keep an eye out in future for a deer and a badger.
I've also been pondering how creative folks on social media manage to stay active and continue to look creative when they are working on projects that they can't share? I often find tumbleweeds passing through my instagram account!