Monday, January 31, 2011
Got a new and sexy looking sketchbook today along with a bunch of supplies for CDA.
"Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway" is a title of a book by Susan Jeffers
that I read a few years back. It's a great book. I was curious to what it was really about so I gave it a try. It's not about Phobias nor anything about, big long-term fears, but more on the everyday fears we all face as humans. It helped me relearn and redefine what a fear really is. I highly recommend it even just for the entertainment. Don't be put off that it's a "self help" book, it teaches a lot.
So I felt like writing something on the first pages I drew on in my new sketchbook, and I thought this was totally appropriate.
I mean isn't it a bit scary starting a new, clean, and innocent sketchbook? Wanting to make sure the first impression turns out great. And for a guy like me who hardly draws in a sketchbook, except for notes and all, I was quite hesitant at first. Well I felt that fear and charged through it anyway! Maybe that's what the image was all about ;p
And when I was all done, it kind of reminds me of a Dr. Seuss book cover.