Yes, I am once again submitting to The Sketchbook Project. I just love the whole idea of creating a big project and then letting it go. However, I kind of miss it when it's gone. So, I may keep this one. But I probably won't.
This is the kind of hard-hitting journalism you've come to expect from this site. And, you're welcome.
The sad part about the sketchbook project account I created is that it's under my previous blog title, Prismtrail. So if anyone wants to search by Parabolic Muse they won't find it. However, maybe I'm listed under my name, Hortensia Miramontes. Now I can't remember, but that's probably best.
Basically, if you want to see my sketchbook during The Sketchbook Project Tour, you're out of luck.
In the meantime, I am showing some pages from the journal as it is so far. All of these are works in progress (WIP), so I may re-post them when they are done. You can't be sure, however, so you should come back here every day of your life until you are sure they just aren't going to be posted. I make this a habit for all the sites I visit. I've been visiting Elizabeth Taylor's website every day since she was in National Velvet and I wanted to tell her she was riding my horse and I wanted it back. However, she never responded to my comment. (Her blog was very primitive then.) But eventually, they told me to stop checking the site because they were only keeping it up for me, out of politeness. So, see? You can make a (certain kind of) impact by visiting blogs daily.
Anyway, here is what I have done in the sketchbook so far. Unlike some of you who are successful professionals, I like doing a lot of pages in a half-assed manner while watching old episodes of America's Most Wanted. So I'm very happy with these!
Next up: The Sketchbook Project team sends back my book with a polite note that is at the same time NSFW.