Tuesday, September 1, 2009

dailies 8/24-8/30 + ANOTHER BONUS FUN TIME

so today was the first day of school! with that comes dramatically less life, so hopefully things around here won't thin out too much... i do have a slew of super-secret master's thesis things to debut, but i decided to just ultra-drag out the non-suspense i've been building for, you know, the whole summer and wait until they are all done to share with you. mostly because of the lazy factor.
one thing i am presently debating is whether or not to continue with the new(ish) non sequitur dailies, or to a) revisit the old mini hand-drawn diary thing (perhaps with a renewed sense of not-variants-on-the-same-few themes) or b) invest in a more fleshed out series of once-a-week things, like illustrating a song a week or something. thoughts? these present dailies feel sort of... question mark. anyway. this is me making the thinking face. any input you have on the matter would be greatly appreciated, mystery blog readers. do you prefer these ones? the old ones, if you have been around that long? something more substantial? TELL ME WHAT TO DO.

lastly, i am loosely obsessed with this ridiculous song "good day" by tally hall. you should go listen to it over at spin magazine's website. then you can download it from them and listen to it forever. like me.

2 comments:

Aisha K said...

Well, I prefer the old dailies. They're fun goodness. I think I actually got a feel of what was going on in your life with them, some little detail that had taken place during your day as opposed to a grouping of words or a drawing of some chic with boots that I don't know. They had more substance.

alissandra seelaus said...

in a way, i agree. they may have been more substantive content-wise, but not so much on the drawing side. it was easy to get comfortable drawing a more restricted schema of imagery.