Enjoying a week off work. Day one and I have created for the first time in about a month. The scrap metal was sitting there collecting more dust when in a flash I knew what I wanted to make. Another Steam-Punk gizmo.
I recently had one of my images featured on another site: darkroastedblend.com If you haven't been to this site I think you would be impressed. There are so many amazing images.
Last week I was lucky enough to dine with my partner and close friends at the Summit restaurant in Sydney. The restaurant rotates 47 floors up (180 metres) above the bustling streets below. Located in the Australia Square building, which is actually round The view is spectacular and you get to see the whole city as it rotates 360 degrees in about one hour.
We had: Main course $35.00 per person Seared HiramasaKingfish, paella spice crust, crisp white polenta, candied onions. with a glass of 2008 Brown Brothers PinotGrigio One glass? I think we had a few, plus mineral water and sides and a selection of cheeses with blew it out to around $70 each. But still, an enjoyable experience with nice food and a great view of Sydney. Highly recommendedwhether you live in Sydney or visiting.
Just been reading grrl+ dog where she has been venting her spleen regarding second hand art. Good for her for sticking her neck out. If you can't do it on your own blog then where can you do it?
Myself, I am sick of seeing the same old stuff... 1. Grab some fake relatives 2. Stick some wings on 3. Glue on dunce cap 4. Cut out the word 'believe', dream', or 'create'
Wake up! You are asleep to the process of creating. Sure, you can borrow a technique, mimic another pallette, be inspired by another layout but perpetuating the same style over and over is just boring and not creating.