Here we are again with another blog update!
These past two weeks have been busy for me and I’ve completed three commissions and am currently working on a fourth. I finally managed to find a client online who is willing to work with me on a commission, so I’m very excited to being and finish theirs over the winter break. While the winter break might seem like a time where nothing gets done, I do nothing but draw all day so it’s honestly the perfect working conditions for me and my artist brain.
At the end of my project, I’ll have all five (I accepted another commission from a family member and thought to include it) commissions set up for my final presentation. I expect to have all five finished in time and to have them set up on a laptop to present. Hopefully, this project and my experience with it will end in success and set me on the road to continue doing commissions and getting paid for them further in my artistic journey.
Part of setting up for my final presentation was to create what we call a ‘Legacy Artefact’. The legacy artefact will give curious minds and future propel students a quick view of what my project was like and my goals that had to be achieved at the end of the project. The link to my legacy artefact can be found here for those who are interested.
In the next few days, it will be a nonstop barrage of artwork and working to get my project completed and ready for the presentation night. I’ll be drawing late into the night and early morning, so hopefully I’ll have enough tea to get me through all the work and the family dinners.
Thank for reading about the progress of my project but unfortunately this will be my final update. I enjoyed my time here at Propel very much and I hope my fellow classmates all had a good and enjoyable semester like I did. I’m going to miss the morning jokes and sassy classmates, but I’m glad to have met everyone here.
Thank you all once again and, if you want, feel free to drop by and watch me talk about my project on presentation night (details can be found here). I hope to see you all there and hope you enjoy not just mine, but my other classmates projects as well. See you all there! (hopefully)