Conversation with tutor went something like this...
"so, where are you?"
"just about where you left me last session."
"what are you working on?"
"same as before, am thinking about textile-ing the whole thing up a bit"
DEATHLY SILENCE FROM MIDDLE-AGED MAN WITH BEARD (TUTOR)
"I thought you were going to concentrate on doing some close observational drawings"
"I would, if I had more than 10 minutes to concentrate on anything at any one time"
"I can see that in your sketchbook ......(drum roll here, please)....you don't actually have to finish a drawing in ten minutes, you know, you could spend ten minutes, leave it and then go back to the same drawing."
Now....correct me if I'm wrong....I would say there are two types of people:
people A - people who do ten things at once, scattering and accumulating time on them continuously
people B - people who do one thing at once, spending consecutive chunks of time on each thing sequentially
I would fall into a third category
people C - people who try to do ten things all at the same time, get all those ten things to a point where they might just about be finished but not quite and then abandon them mid-doing to attend to something far more urgent.
This is not working. If you read a similar post to this in a couple of weeks time, please add a comment and prefix it with the word 'goldfish'. There is no alternative. I need to close observation.