I've been making the blog rounds the past few weeks, and have noticed a weekly installment many bloggers present called "What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday", where artists share their creative spaces with the beautiful chaos of tools, supplies, and works in progress. I've decided to join in, so enjoy! (if you want to see other people's workdesks, check out the Stamping Ground blog, the host blog for WOYWW)
There it is! Please note that I actually share a craft room with my Mom - so those pom-poms, flowers, and Popsicle sticks are not actually mine!
I'm currently working on illustrating a 100-word story that my co-worker wrote. I'll post more on that project in a few days, but right now you can sneak a peak. That book bound with binder rings near the top of the picture above is the book itself, with blank pages. The two pages next to the book are the almost completed pages.
Those Tim Holtz red-handled scissors are my absolute favorite, and believe me, I have tried a lot of scissors! If I had these and a pair of needle-point scissors I'd be happy, since the point of the red scissors isn't that sharp, though it is adequate for most things. The huge, delightfully textured handles are great for guys - it's so nice to have scissors that fit my hands!
Decided to go all arty and see what the desk would look like posterized. Interesting!