Show Prep

December 1, 2011 at 3:02 pm (About my process) (, , , , , , )

I have a show coming up. I’m pretty darn nervous about it, I don’t feel like I’m going to be ready. The things I wanted to do… I don’t know that I can get them done. I kept putting off making sculptures because I was focused on more immediate and financial concerns. I thought I’d still be jobless at this point and have plenty of time to focus on my sculptures.

Ha. What an idiot.

Now I spend every night watching tv and texturing little forms. Not that I’m complaining about being able to do work at home, but this is not exactly how I planned on doing things. I’m also afraid that its not going to look good when its done. ergh.

and I need to make so many more slugs its not even funny. Every time I think I’ve learned my lesson…



  1. Sarah Jane said,

    It doesn’t help at all with the stress, but one thing I have learned about the time crunch is that it makes me fearless — I will take crazy risks and try experimental things at the last minute that I never would have considered when I still had months of time to plan and create. Surprisingly often, really good things come out of my recklessness and desperation.

    • Frost Indri said,

      Heh… I can only hope that is my result. Unfortunately, I tend to do things that are a wee bit time consuming… Still I’m hoping the squid will turn out. ^_^ I probably wouldn’t have done that without some pressure, which would have been a shame. Squid makes everything awesome.

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