Right now, I am working on two little portraits for a woman who works in the office that I am a student worker in. Her husband's birthday is on the 23rd and I am gonna try my best to get them into her by tomorrow afternoon. It's gonna be tough. I have the 11x14 done and I like it, but I am still working on the two 5x7s which are a little more difficult because I've never worked that small with a portrait before. I was just looking at the bigger portrait..
Ok, yes... I might have been admiring it, but not in a conceited way. I was merely thinking about how far I have come along with my art. I started thinking about the day when I was in about 7th grade and I drew a really good portrait of Johnny Depp. Well... good for back then. I remember, I was really shocked that I drew him so well.
That just started me thinking about all the other things that I had drawn... little books I had started, or phases I went through drawing certain things... I really really really wish that I had kept them. I had thrown them away gradually with every occasional room cleaning. Now looking back, if I were to change one thing about my past, it would be that. I would have collected all of my art work so I could look back, like I wish I could now, and see my artistic progression.
So... can you think of something that, looking back now, you seriously wish you hadn't thrown away? Let's get some comments on here people!!! I wanna read about you! It is NOT hard to comment if you don't have an account. PLEASE :)