Which proves the point of the original post, that I need to start taking my art business and my so-called blog more seriously. If I worked on it more often I am assuming that I will know better than to do that again. We will see how often I do that, or something equally frustrating, before I learn.
I also mentioned that when at the accountant's for taxes he mentioned that, according to the government, so somebody behind the curtain, I have three years to make this into a business. After that it is considered "just a hobby". ACK.
Somewhere within this time limit, ticking bomb, countdown clock will come the name of this page of my site. All I have to do is think of it. That's all. So stay tuned. I know that you are all on the edge of your seats.
IN THE STUDIO
I am planning on this becoming a regular aspect of my blog. I want to document my process in the studio so I can see the evolution of my work and because people who see my work often ask about my process. This way everyone wins, fingers crossed. Yeah, again.