Weeeell….. not sure if it is still ok to refer to ‘New Year’ by late March but it is snowing outside (!!) and it IS a new beginning and starting a blog is something that definitely was on my New Year’s resolution.
Having an online journal is something that has been on the back-burner for a while now so I am hoping I am better at this than my previous attempts for keeping a diary.
This is also important to me as I can have a place where all sketches, research, goals, plans for world domination via papercuttings can be concentrated in. At the moment I am filling back sides of receipts, napkins and loose post it notes of early ideas that more often than not loose their way to my sketchbook.
Hopefully this can also be a platform where I get feedback from you, inspiration, ideas etc
I have been trying to make a website with my portfolio, with the enormous help of the absolutely brilliant Andy Godwin. He has shown a great deal of patience with my demanding self, but I think the result is going to be quite cool! It has taken us a long while to make a website where each page is a papercut itself, but more on that later.
Having spend most of the past few days familiarizing myself with the platform’s interface, let’s see how this thing called web log works, shall we?