On the easel – timelapse #10

On the easel
On the easel – journey                        Scroll down to see timelapse #10

Easel

A view of my easel set up at the end of today’s painting session.

Painting progress is slow, I’ve been working at the easel for much shorter bursts than normal. I’m feeling tired & worn out, need to take better care of myself. 

Anyway, the underpainting is almost complete, and I think it’s coming along ok.

Still loving the composition, which is all due to the photographer, Dani Devaux.

Thanks so much to those of you who have been following along as I do this 30 in 30 challenge.  So happy to be one third of the way done.

Burnout

I think I’m experiencing a bit of burnout at this point. And that’s to do with the blogging, social media etc, not the actual painting.

It just takes up so much time each day. And I’ve been delaying after painting, and then writing & trying to post just before midnight.

Then going back in to finish writing the post, after I’ve posted the link on the official 30 in 30 blog.

Posting so late means that when the link gets shared to social media, it isn’t getting as much engagement as it should.

I was going to get ahead of the game today & record another painting timelapse after dinner, but I got caught up looking at YouTube timelapse videos.

Ok. One account in particular. And I think that after this challenge, I might do what she does, and post one timelapse video for each painting I do.

Maybe as a special bonus to my Blue Roots Art Studio News subscribers. Who actually haven’t heard from me in months. 

Now, how do I make it up to them?

If you’ve made it to the end of this post, why not go to the Menu and check out my flower, landscape & acrylic paintings?

And please share, so that more people get to see my art!

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