An Alice Composite
I've acquired the nickname of "not feeling it" in one of my art classes. I am known for starting a piece , completing 90% of it, and then ditching the idea and switch to something else. I do not just do this in art class. There are many digital artistry pieces sitting on my desktop at 90% complete.
I started a comepletely different piece for the March Shift Art challenge before I abandoned it. I worked on it for about 6 hours, and I'd say it's about 80% complete, but I just wasn't feeling it. I'll finish it eventually, because I think it will go with another piece that I have already created for my final portfolio review.
Alice: How long is forever?
White Rabbit: Sometimes, just one second.
I am on a fairytale/storybook kick lately. I completed a rendition of Little Red Riding Hood last month and have plans to work on three additional pieces for that collection. So, why not change directions to what I'm being inspired by lately. All the pieces I am creating are not direct interpretations of the original stories they are my imaginative take on them, because I believe the imagination is the best art tool any artists can use.
Alice in Wonderland was one of my favorite childhood books. I still adore it, and absolutely love the movies Alice in Wonderland, and Alice Through the Looking Glass. I have been wanting to create my version of an Alice composition.
Sometimes Just a Second
Once again, Alice finds herself in Wonderland, only this time she is stuck in the watery depths of the corridors of time. She desperately holds on to her timepiece as she is being pushed from door to door because that is her only portal home.