As I was sat at my desk, sketching-out a few ideas I have to draw and planning out my more immediate future, I started to feel a little tense. On the one hand I'm equal-parts excited and confident about what I've got in store. On the other hand, there's always that little fear and realisation that I can't do everything at the fast-pace that I want to. I'm no Supergirl, granted - but the fear of the blank page gets us all every time. I decided to settle-down with a glass of wine and flip-through one of the card packs I bought from The School of Life (I can't recommend their YouTube channel enough!) The 'Career Crisis' packet, to be exact: And I just so happened to come across this card - quite serendipitous really. 🍷🎨
"The witching hour for career crises is late Sunday afternoon, usually 5pm.: when the vague hopes and sense of possibility of the weekend finally crash into the cold realities of the week ahead. The extent of our despair is a measure of our degree for untapped potential."
Since my current ID picture was drawn last year, methinks it’s time to get a new one done. Not only to better reflect my current style, but I've been thinking about what more I could do with this. Still bouncing around a few ideas on how to have it better reflect me as an artist. Out with the old and in with the new!