tiny sketch, long day

So I’m exhausted.

Today I had the fun experience of renewing my work visa.

This entailed approximately an hour and 15 min drive to get to Morioka, 30 min. on foot to find the place, 30 min to process the application, 15 min walk to the train station, 40 min wait for the train, 1 hour and 15 min train ride back to Mizusawa, 45 min lunch break, 1 hr of office work, 1 hr drive to Ichinoseki, 5hrs of teaching, 45 min drive home…CRAP day!

So, you may as well say I worked all day because I left for work a 8am and just got home now at 8:50pm.

BLEH

So this is all you get!

train sketch

A quick sketch I did on the train.

I am hoping however, that when I have some time again to turn it into a larger piece.

I want to black out the people and focus on the window with all the blurring colors as the train travels by.

I dunno if that will happen this weekend or not because I’m also working SUNDAY.

Have I mentioned I’m looking forward to coming home???

Oh and here’s a few videos for you, I couldn’t decide which one to post. (I like them all)

Enjoy, Cheers and Goodnight

A

Wasabi nymph?

Well it’s Wednesday, the notorious hump day of the week…

Here’s what I have for you today.

Last night as I was working on my leaf collage, I had originally planned to set it on a green background but decided it would be too busy.

So I set it aside. Today however, I was doodling and decided to combine the doodle with the background.

The result was something yet untitled. Though I do have a few ideas… 😛

First, let’s take a look at what we have.

Doodle= green woman

Doodle combined with collage=Doodle collage

So titles.

Here’s a few I’ve been mulling over:

1-Green woman

2-Nymph

3-Wasabi girl

4-Wasabi nymph

5- Green goddess

6-Green wasabi nymph goddess 😛

Anyway, let me know what you think and if you can come up with any better titles let me know!

Cheers,

A

Well, here it is.

I finished “it”.

I’m not quite sure what “it” is, but I’m sure I’m finished because I’m tired and want to go to bed.

So, here you go. Seneca

You know how they liken the art an artist makes to a child, like you just gave birth to a piece.

Ya well, I’m not 100% sure yet,

(mainly because my judgment is slurred by need of sleep)

but I think this is the ugly one I put up for adoption. 😛

We’ll see how I feel in the morning.

Anyway, Goodnight and enjoy the video.

A