Thursday, September 17, 2009

Get In Line

Get in line if you want to be finished before Halloween! Those are the orders that have been given out in the Gourdqueen's dungeon.
I am trying to finish all the Halloween pieces I have started. Geeez, why do I do that? Start something and then move on to something else. The best one is to start a bunch at one time and become overwhelmed and just stop completely.
I drive myself crazy! So the plan is to finish these ornaments and one pumpkin head, list them on ebay. Then finish some commissions along with two other pieces I have started.
Hope to have all that done by Monday......yeah right!!!!
So for now here are the ornaments that are on the table to be painted!

9 comments:

ODD imagination said...

You sound like ME! I have so many Unfinished projects and I keep moving on to 'something' else. What is that all about!? Any way, I can't wait to see your finished items because they look pretty frickin' awesome as they are! I like that grinning cat off to the right. :o)
Is that Magic Sculp? I hate that they left the "t" off that name. LOL
I use aves apoxy clay and love it. I have used the magic sculp and the aves apoxy sculpt but for some reason I just love the clay product.
Good Luck in finishing your wonderful art!

Zan Asha said...

Wow! They all look great! Haha, I can be like that too--maybe it's a kind of procrastination--you just keep starting so you never have to finish! Can't wait to see what they look like all finished though!

William Bezek said...

Dispatch from my own studio:
I can relate...(stop) I am in the same fix...(stop) Make it stop...(stop)
He He He...oh the joys of being a working artist!

Pattee said...

I have soooo many unfinished projects... today I put all the unfinished ones in a basket and closed the closet door!

Wow you use so much paint!!
PAttee

Diane MacNaughtan said...

Oh Gourdie, I love you! I think you are amazing!
I have some physcological thing that goes on with commissions??? I have a hard time starting? and a hard time finishing??
All your creations are fantastisic!

~Diane

Lisa Nelson's Art, Bucks County Designs said...

These are GREAT Gourdie - glad you're keeping busy and out of trouble. Hope you post a photo of that devil when you're done - he looks really interesting! Have a wonderful weekend!

Codys Keepsakes said...

looks like you will be painting all weekend. Fortunatly(I think) I usually only work on one project at a time because I want to finish it first. Maybe I will start another one while one is drying! But that is about as far as I go.
Can't wait to see all of them finished.

Smilodonna said...

My eye immediately went to that Cheshire cat-like grinning feline at the bottom photo of this post. I don't even know what it will look like with paint (which can only make it even more charming), but I am already feeling the "I wants."
I'm rather smitten with all the personality in your characters, and the Halloween imagery is so appealing! Beautiful work.

Caroline said...

The faces are amazing :)