out of my head and on paper



During times of looming deadlines I still have a little space in my brain that works on other ideas and wants (needs!) to come out and play. Once I'm done with a little exercise like this, I find that I'm able to concentrate on the real work I need to tackle. This is what half a sheet of paper turned into.

Now back to work.

7 comments:

  1. That's wonderful! I need to do some little creative exercises or something. I feel like I've been in a rut lately. What you do with paper is so inspiring!

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  2. This is so beautiful! I love seeing your projects.

    I find myself daydreaming all day at work of projects I want to attempt. Occasionally I just have to doodle for a bit just to get that off my mind so I can focus. Glad I'm not the only one!

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  3. Those are beautiful pictures!

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  4. Sometimes I think it would be nice to take an art class and have someone give me assignments.

    Love the textures of the curved paper.

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  5. Wow! You actually excercise before doing the things you have to do! I still have that little man on my shoulder wispering in my ear: "You haven't done the dishes" and "Work is not ready yet" How much I'd love to get rid of him (or put something in my ears so I can't hear him...)! Your excercising looks beautiful in its symplicity!

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  6. It's always so interesting to me to see how others creativity comes to life - especially when the sensibility is so different from my own. I would have never thought to do something like that.

    And you photograph it very well, too.

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  7. these are so beautiful, i really need to start taking pictures of my little paper cut doodles.

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