It's the final day of my summer, and oh what a long, long summer it has been. 16 weeks of healing, being at home, relaxing with my family and not being at all as productive as was necessary. It's now time to get going - I have to have a dissertation synopsis for the 22nd october and I also have to have some serious work on the go too. It's time to re-evaluate, and hopefully get something good going.
As it is the end of summer, my favourite time is coming - a/w 2010 on the high street! I have never really talked about fashion in this blog before, but I guess my blog is becoming a lot more general recently because I haven't had many drawings or spelling mistakes to report.. might be time for a new blog title soon perhaps. Anyway, about the season. I have been feasting my eyes on fur-lined boots, thick tights, plaid shorts, fur coats (which luckily my style-conscious mother kept for me from their first appearance in the 80s) and many other autumnal lovelies. Of course, my eye is as far as these beauties reach thanks to my shameful bank balance, but there is a certain festival beginning with C and ending in hristmas coming up so maybe I will get lucky.
In actual drawing related news, I have a new blog - yippee! It's called the Daily Chalk, and the idea is simple - a new drawing on our lovely kitchen chalk board every day. Nothing fancy, nothing that aims for artistic merit to rival Rembrandt or anything like that, just some simple fun drawings to keep myself going. I've been having a few problems with editing the layout at the moment but it's looking presentable, and it's only meant to be a bit of fun anyway. I hope to be able to update it every day, if not to put on each drawing at the end of the week or something. I will hopefully have some new stuff to show you on here soon too, but for now enjoy some random drawings and visions of cosy fashion.