I just finished uploading a short video to youtube - finally, after years of having an account, I have actually uploaded some content. It's not much - mostly a test, but it features one of my current projects.
Usually I don't go quite this largescale, but I've had the idea in my head for a while, and I wanted to try it.
Life is interesting. I am still in 2 jobs, and the problem with the latest one has become not so much the job itself, but rather the co-worker element. Specifically working with the same co-worker who answers every question with annoyance and or frustration and deals with her stress by browbeating me each time I make a mistake. Asking her to explain things yields precious little, as she is low on patience and clearly unimpressed with the fact that I was not borning knowing how this particular workplace works. Every gaffe on my part is a source of grief, and I've come to think of this job, or rather this job situation, as a form of torture. Fortunately I don't do full-time hours there yet. Unfortunately, my earnings between both jobs are only just covering my mortgage payments and condo fees. So the job search continues. On the plus side, I have been making a little more money making art lately. I've had a couple of commissions, and some sales in my Cafepress. Not much, but it's not nothing.
To wrap this up, I'd like to show you one more piece of my latest work. The inspiration was a beautiful performance by Anya Nesvitaylo of the Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada, dancing the part of Carmen in a short pas-de-deux during theABTC's "Intense" Gala.
Anya is one of the principle dancers of the ABTC, and her roles have included Christine in Phantom of the Opera and Lady X in Don Juan. The ABTC has had some really good work out these past few years, pushing boundaries with established storylines, and more recently addressing serious issues, as in the production "Ghosts of Violence".
I have to wrap this up now. Thanks for stopping by, Blogger world, and I'll see you next time! :)