Monday, September 17, 2007

Done! Well.. No.. Okay.. Now its done!

Your Personality is Somewhat Rare (ENFP)

Your personality type is enthusiastic, giving, cautious, and loyal.

Only about 8% of all people have your personality, including 9% of all women and 6% of all men
You are Extroverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Perceiving.

I was checking out Art Blogs 4U and clicked on Searen Art and Design, which linked to Quotidian Curiosities which linked to Art by Diahn where I finally clicked on the link to Blogthings personality test.

It was there that I discovered:
Your Inner Muse is Thalia

You are most like this playful muse of comedy.
Life is all about laughter to you, and you're a natural comic.
You make people laugh until their sides split.
And you're always up for some play time!

On a more serious note, Serena Lewis has painted a beautiful eagle in acrylics. I don't think I am going to dive into animals quit like she has, but having just finished an eagle myself, I found her post very eye catching. I enjoyed that this particular post came after another post where she proclaimed "Okay it is finished, I think!"

I had to laugh because when I work on a piece and get towards the end I proclaim "Done" to myself and my family anywhere from 3 to 20 times. Only to say "oops.. I didn't see that.. " a little later and proceed to my next state of "Done". I drive my husband crazy. He is one of those very literal people. As a computer specialist, he has to be exact and fact based. Having an artistic wife, he has come to learn that there are degrees of "done". There is done, as in "I will pull this off the drawing board/easel". Then there is done as in "I am done claiming I am still working on this, but I will do a few drive-by fixes."

I am getting prepared for my next project. It is funny how creativity comes in spurts. I will spend weeks forcing myself to do something every day and then the next thing you know, I will be driving home from the grocery store (of all things) and come up with the next 3 or 4 projects. I thought that my muse probably resembled an elderly woman that took several minutes longer than the crossing light at a street corner. After taking the muse test, I have come to understand that my muse just has a rotten sense of humor that is probably much more funny to her than it is to me.

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