Great perspective on the cup...and life. No the answers are never easy but it seems you are asking good questions before diving into things.
I absolutely love how you put this together! The test just adds greatly to it.
Wow this is really amazing.The coffee cup seems to be the perfect symbol for the creative challeng - for some reason? Very interesting questions too. I look forward to hearing the answers....as they make themselves known.
The layout is wonderful as is the linework. I have never been able to draw out in public ... well, not yet anyway, this is quite amazing.
I guess it's a good problem...er creative challenge...to have. I like the writing and pondering as part of the wonderful drawing and how it all fits together.
Hi Suzanne--Your last four ink sketches are fun to view. Do you use a variety of types of pens or do you have one special type? You could probably dip a stick in mud and still make a nice sketch with as much talent as you have. Talk to you again soon.
Wow ... the composition on this page is stunning. Almost looks like a pencil for a coffee house ad or poster. Guess I've spent too much time in advertising.Anyway, I agree with the others. You're too talented to not figure this out.
You are so great with composition on your sketches! Good luck with the naming - it's a tough decision.
What a lovely style you have! inspirational. I am of the mind, for what it's worth, to name a business with one's own name for the flexibility. I toyed for awhile in setting up a business doing craft/art and in the several years since then, I have still to find my niche, the art I'd like to do for a long time. So if I had chosen a name based on that particular art, then I'd be stuck moving to something different...but my name is something I'll always claim as my own. my unsolicited (g) two cents!
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