You know how inspiring nature is, right? Well, when nature is in bloom, it’s pretty inspiring.
Some of those mountain laurels are pink! A delicate, etiolated pink — so very, very inspiring.
We stayed in my uncle’s Summer cabin. No, this isn’t his. This is the one down the unpaved road from his. Destruction can be awfully inspiring. Behold, I am the destroyer of worlds! I think Batman said that.
Some day this baby will be cruising down the Thruway at 80 mph. Some day. Soooooome daaaaaay. Entropy: always inspiring. Often creepy, too.
That’s the sun setting over the Catskills. Sun sets….sigh. They get a big “I”. For inspiration, you know?
And then we got to watch a thunderstorm that was raging 20 miles away. Yeah, yeah, that was pretty inspiring, all that electricity and earthly disequilibrium and all.
And then I saw this paper plate. And WOW! It totally inspired me! I saw this paper plate and right away I wanted to do something with it, use it to spice up my illustrations, manipulate its composition in a way that would translate to something that I can draw whole in the center with iterations of its component elements around the edge (like here, where all the color is).
I haven’t figured out what it is, yet, that I want to “paper plate” like this, but I can’t wait! I also can’t wait to watch Part Two of The Housewives of New York Reunion. I just have to see somebody straighten Kelly out.
(And speaking of Those Whose Fake Lives Are Far More Fabulous Than Our Real Ones, I have kicked my Grey’s Anatomy addiction. But I have to know: does Izzy die? And was Denny there to guide her into the light?)
Ha sanybody else had an unusual source of inspiration lately? I mean, besides all those amazing ideas you get from the sugar rush after eating a bunch of raw brownie batter.