So okay, the scrap page is for "unfinished" or "unpolished" work.
I'm going to be posting rough sketches in my main gallery, because they are finished.
They are exactly what I set out to create.
They're as polished and finished as any other rough sketch that might never be completed.
So that's what I will put on my artistic license here.
I hope some folks might enjoy these sketches.
So I need to make them visible.
I'll try to organize my gallery folders for those that want to see work that's further along than that.
But I kind of like the saying that art is never finished.
I think it's easier to capture a clear image of the things I see with a camera, and the things in my imagination, by hand.
It can be hard to capture thoughts that change as quickly as mine tend to.
But the more I do this, the more they solidify into something more real.
I suppose that's why I like rough sketches -because I can see the art of creation then.
The process, of sorts;
A step along the way.
Maybe there will be more, maybe there will not.
I don't think perfect is really a thing art can be.
It is what it is.
Maybe some folks see an image, and think there should be more, or have ideas on how to change it.
I suppose sometimes, I can be happy with a sketch just the way it is.
That is not to say I do not wish to improve - I intend to do that always.
But I'm not going to get much practice by trying to perfect every single line of art I attempt.
Maybe that's an integral feature in art - the involvement of an imperfect creative influence.
Otherwise, I think it seems more like math.
I think math can be beautiful too, though.
For example, as a part of music - Carefully measured tones, timing, and volume, all in a pattern, with a creative flair.
Maybe that's why I like EDM so much - because I like math.
I find the creation of an electronic tone fascinatingly mathematical.
There's something pretty to me about a uniform wave-form, and a precision pattern that can sound so... energetic.
Heck, I find it pretty incredible audio math can evoke an emotional response.
But I digress.
It's a challenge, drawing something from my imagination, as it requires that I make real something is not, yet.
So even if it's a rough sketch full of imperfections...
It's something more than there was before.
...so yes, that's why I'm gonna put scraps in my main gallery: so people can see!