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!


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!!

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!


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 :)