I haven't participated in WOYWW for quite some time - first we were on a trip up the coast of Oregon and Washington and after we had come back it was only two more weeks until school started and I spent time with Kaefer and not so much at the computer. This week school has started again and I'm slowly finding back my routine.
Some of you had previously asked about the sheet that was covering my work area. I finally decided to retire it and cut it up.
Unfortunately I didn't take a picture before cutting it up, and here I already used some of the parts.
One part became the background for my art journal page that you can see on the right side:
Since I don't like to wait for paints etc. to dry I started another page on the left so I can work on both of them. On both pages I didn't use any brush for spreading the acrylic paints but just my fingers. It feels great, is wonderfully messy and gives a great texture. When I gessoed the face on the background paper on the right page I liked how the colors beneath it started to bleed through and thus gave the face its own characteristic.
This is the third project I'm currently working on, a 6x6 canvas:
You can see that I cut the shape of the head out of the old worksheet.
That's what's on my work table today. If you want to see more desks and don't mind a trip around the world, hop on over to Julia and find the entire list.