Julia has been thinking about what it would be like to lose pottery entirely; she and Tiff cheer each other up.
We take on some great listener questions about important topics like retreats, planning and overplanning, and desserts.
Tiff reports on her stained glass and Inktober adventures, and we talk about the magic of simplicity.
We get into Tiff's new hobby, and talk a little bit about getting into new things.
Is realistic art better than not? Is it important to be able to draw or sculpt with a realistic result? How many times can Julia say "yes and no" in one episode?
It's OK to not want to be super best - but if you WANT to get really good, how do you do that? We discuss motivators, tips and tricks, and plain ol stubbornness.
Tiff did the thing and sold her stuff at a walking art fair! We talk about how that feels, and about some of the practicalities.
We take on a book about shaking loose your creativity.
We think of three fun and-or weird projects for each other to do. And then just keep coming up with stuff!
We talk about people who inspire us in different ways - but also why it can be hard to feel that inspiration and encouragement.