We're joined by Josh Millard from MetaFilter who tells us about drawing horses and sponges and cubes, and trying lots of things.
Julia has some failure to try and figure out, so we talk through rejection and frustration.
How do you name your business, your art pieces, or your knits? Turns out, we have a lot of feelings.
We read a lovely listener email and discuss how you can pin down the idea butterflies.
When does making a thing start to feel like doing An Art? Also: Julia shares the projects for her art school applications.
Julia has made kind of a big decision, and Tiff has a lot of questions.
How do we share - and not share - our spaces? Sadly, Julia's suggestion for an app that pairs people according to how much room their hobbies need is not yet a reality. Also: What was "the nost brautiful thing" Julia had ever seen?
A check-in and catch-up also turns into some deep musings. Including how being less of an artist can make you feel like more of an artist.
Tiff shares some new thoughts on selling her art pieces, and then we discuss why so many people are getting into making and crafting during quarantine.
The clock app has turned out to be a really good place to find inspiration and encouragement. We share and discuss some things that hit us in different parts of the feels.