Dondy154 was last seen wandering vaguely, quite of her own accord...
I’m pretty near having this goal finished. My reservation is that outside of the painting class I haven’t really got painting or doing art work in as a routine. Realistically I don’t think I should expect to have art as part of my lifestyle. I have too many other projects on the go. I have a full time job, two kids still living at home, I am taking a correspondence course in accounting, I have a full health and development routine, I am studying music, and whenever I possibly can I work on writing fiction.
So, given that painting was a temporary goal of mine, what do I need to do to call it finished?
Way back at the beginning of this time I was trying to fill a sketch book with figure studies and get it done by the time the art course began. Only with something like five or six pages left to go my aunt reached her final hours and I missed that deadline. What I would like to do is go back and finish the sketchbook.
Today I hunted around until I found the thing and put it in my current projects stack. With luck I will work on it over the next few days.
I also have a landscape painting half finished, but I am intimidated by it and realistically I don’t know if I even want to go back and try to complete it. It’s not like I’m going to put the thing up on display. It’s only a practice piece so I shouldn’t be intimidated. I have to decide if finishing that painting will be necessary to complete this goal.