Well, I've decided to publish through the weekend to make up for some of the days I missed during the week. In accordance with "Art Every Day Month," I've been doing a little bit of art each day no matter how I feel or how busy I am; I just don't always have time or energy left over for blogging. But when I fail to blog, I miss you, dear readers, and your witty, funny, supportive commentary and so Lost Coast Post is going to try and resume a regular publishing schedule in spite of the chaos that has swirled in with the autumn winds.
As you can see from the above journal page, I continue to shamelessly indulge my Zettiology passion. The incomparable Bea of Dog in the Hole Studio suggested a Zetti alter-ego as a vehicle for riding this wave of Teesha Moore-inspired art and I just think that is a fabulous idea. I am currently auditioning characters in my brain and we'll see who comes out on top. I want to be able to pursue my joy for Zetti without guilt over neglecting the other art styles and mediums I also love. Of course the guilt is all self-manufactured but there nonetheless and I find that it is putting a damper on the merry-making. And I feel like there is lots of merry-making to be done. The world of Zetti is seemingly infinite, bounded only by the limits of imagination, and I want to spend plenty of time skipping through it, no matter what the art pundits say about imitation and originality. Surely something that makes my heart sing can't be all bad.