My artwork starts from a simple idea or sketch. Even if I have only a minute or two in a day I'll do a quick sketch to lay the framework. If you can learn to do this, no matter how little time you have, you will find that in time, the artworks will almost complete themselves.
The most important thing to completing anything is to take initiative. If you can start something, you can finish it.
I have much interest, admiration and respect for your creative process, or at least for what I can perceive and understand of it through your art.
I think you have a very personal way of exploring your inner world and feelings, and using it as a source of creation. There's a mix of distance and intimacy, that I find delicate, intelligent and quite bold sometimes, like a glimpse inside your heart. I feel that somehow you control what you choose to show, and in the same time you are not afraid to put yourself in danger. I think that gives your art a sincerity that's driving people like me to look further in your direction and want to see more of your art.
I read the book you give us to read: best novel in years, I can't put it down. Good story, and the main character is fascinating and very endearing. A bright, beautiful and talented young woman, with the heart in the shape of life. She sometimes sees the world with too much accuracy, and wishes to fly. She chooses to turn her feelings, even the darkest ones -maybe especially those- into beautiful colors and shapes, and offer them around. What will happend next?
have to start following this advice. Many days I say I am going to draw this and that, and then nothing happens because its too late by the time I get around to it. A little a day. Thank you oh wise Taho.