Tuesday, November 17th, 2009
I’ve been playing with drawing in relation to work happiness. I’ve found that there are parts of me hidden within a pencil that don’t come out on the keyboard. I’ve been messing with this medium on and off for about 12 years, but in the last year I’ve really been enjoying myself.
I drew this piece when I felt really frustrated after trying to write a blog post. In my head the concept sounded brilliant then it came out of me like a big blob of stink. I was frustrated and wanted to punch my screen.
You better not say that this cartoon character looks like me or I’ll…
I’m not sure what I will do, but you won’t like it.
Okay, now that I finally got the courage to post this…
What do you think?
Should I post more of my drawings?
Or should I just keep them to myself?
Need a boost to your work happiness? Then check out Happy at Work Project and start one yourself.
As most of you know I talk a lot about fear because it holds us back from our true potential. Colleen over at Communicatrix has a wonderful post called The rewards lie just beyond the fear. Go check it out.
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Image courtesy of me