Why is it when the module to Watch someone comes up that the radio box for "Scraps" is unchecked by default, but those for forum posts and collections are automatically selected. I think it's backwards.
Haha, speaking of scraps, I've been thinking about cleaning my scrap gallery out a bit. Some of that stuff is old and irrelevant.
What are your opinions on watching a deviant's Scraps? Do you watch them or are they not of the caliber you're looking for? Do you often find hidden gems in that hidden gallery?
Personally, I always watch scraps. Because if I'm taking the time to follow an artist's work, I want to see all the ideas posted.
I'm going to open commissions soon. I'll have/make time for a little bit of revenue, and sometimes art is the perfect stress-relieving distraction. There will be a separate announcement once that finally happens.
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In other news, this semester is winding down. I have a few final reports/projects due next week and then a bunch of tests and final exams the first two weeks of December. Sometimes, this means that I have extra time for art. Sometimes, I'm flat out swamped with those last minute "I figure one more grade should help you out, so here's some homework due on the same day as your exam" from some professors. We'll see what this semester brings.
Also, guess what?! I held a free-standing handstand for, like, two seconds yesterday! Haha, I know that's not very long, but I felt steady and in control of myself (until I lost my balance, that is). And, I can definitely tell that this is improving my musculature. I have great-looking shoulders and arms. If the weather was right, I'd feel totally unashamed to wear a tank top around campus. As it is, though, I'll just privately enjoy this re-acquired firmness. (Okay, I'll stop talking about my muscles now...)
Gah! I'm running out of time to finish my 100 Themes Challenge by the end of the year! *mild panic* I have some ideas, but I keep putting off actually bringing out my watercolors and ink and drawing them out. Maybe I'll work on at least one of them this weekend. AFTER I finish my Geotech Lab report on the Direct Shear of sand. Fun stuff.