So I’ve wanted, needed a Wacom for something like a million years now. I just knew it would change my life, the beautiful things I would create — I was sure I was only an Amazon purchase away from pure brilliance. So I finally broke down and made it happen.
Earlier this week, the Wacom showed up on my doorstep all shiny and new, just begging for me to break it out and get the party started. So I did… and let’s just say the experience has been something like that time when I really really wanted to bust out a canvas and paint…
Even though I hadn’t picked up a paint brush since preschool.
Holy wow you guys, you don’t realize how much all of that type typing away is crushing your
motor handwriting skills until you try to go all crazy with a Wacom. Cursive? What is that? So there might be a little bit of a learning curve, but hey, that’s what this space is all about, right? I’ve been learning here with all of you on a pretty steep learning curve since 2011, and I hope you’ve all enjoyed the ride as much as I have. For me, it always goes back to this Ira Glass quote. If you know what you want it to be, and you work hard, you’ll get there.
So I changed things up a little bit on my Friday links this week with the vast scribble skills I’ve acquired so far — and hey, it’s something right? Next stop, masterpiece.
Maybe I’ll get in a little more practice this weekend. Tell me, do you have any big plans?
P.S. Does this mean I also won’t have Melissa Esplin-like calligraphy skills if I pick up a pen?
Eye this lovely artists loft in Berlin.
Buy this Steven Alan quilt on sale!
Make these beautiful onion-dyed flags. (And check out the rest of Cassie’s amazing wedding DIYs while you’re there, I’m kind of obsessed.)
Bake these tasty looking buttermilk cakes.
Definitely reserving judgement until there’s more than a trailer, but I thought this commentary on the “American Blogger” controversy was very thoughtful.
Also thoughtful — this article via Cup of Jo.
Some of you out there are Wacom masters, and to you I say this. But seriously, wow Corina this typeface is beautiful.
If this works, I might die of excitement.
This camp wedding really is dreamy.