Check out my shop on ArtFire. It is slowly but surely being populated with items. I have so many different things I do that I don't spend a great deal of time on any one of them at a stretch. I bounce back and forth..."multi-tasking."
Truth is, I thrive on variety, and would end up bored to tears and in a looney bin somewhere if I had to do the same thing over and over and over all day long, day in and day out.
This week, I got to get back into video editing, which I enjoy, although, I'm not real thrilled with the Windows "Movie Maker" program. It has limitations I do not like, so I'm researching other options. I have Pinnacle Studio 7, but the hardware card seems to be among the missing. Until that can be located, I cannot install it in my computer. Further, my current computer has 2 built-in firewire ports to which my video cam can be connected, so there may not be space inside for the Pinnacle Studio card. (All of that, however, is hubby's department--he used to make a living as a hardware/software configuration specialist. However, working with such large clients as Wells Fargo and Kaiser Permanente...and having their hard drives in your possession, complete with all the data on their clients....was an extremely high-stress job, and probably responsible for his several heart attacks! So, I put no pressure on him...if/when it gets done, it does, if not, I'll muddle through.)
Today, I'll be getting some more painting done, as I have to clear the painting out before tomorrow, to make way for cleaning green ware. Cleaning green ware is a very, very dusty process, and completely incompatible with painting or glazing. The extremely fine dust will settle into wet paint or glaze and ruin the job. Too bad I can't afford to create separate rooms for dusty/non-dusty operations! That way, everything that is 'in process" could be just left out for the next work session. Ah, well, such is life. ;-)
That is all for now, folks. Thanks for stopping by!
7 years ago