What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday ~ WOYWW #167

 It's WOYWW time again...
Basically on a Wednesday it's time to open your door and let everyone in to see what you're up to...well on your workdesk that is! Visitors can come from all over the world....so be prepared....get that kettle on!
 There are so many talented artists and crafters out there...there's always something to capture your interest or inspire you so pop over to take a look at Julia's blog at Stamping Ground to check out what everyone's up to...
Now let me show you what's happening on my desk this week....

Once again my poor dining room table is my workdesk, but at least it's getting lots of attention. 
It won't be long now before I can relocate back into the studo...well I'm keeping a positive attitude here. 
The light is brilliant in there but I need it to be a fair few degrees warmer to enable me to sit and work. 

 I've been making my doodles into cards for my Etsy shop. 
They seem to be a grouped together in a theme of Australian icons...which wasn't a preconceived notion...they just arrived! They'll hopefully arrive in the shop in the next day or so...so if you want a closer look just click on the Etsy shop logo in my sidebar. ;D
 I've also got my frog design completed now, but he had to stay overnight at the printers! 
I do hope he's okay and plan to pick him up later today....so I'll pop back later and add him in here for you to see.
As well as visiting the printers I also nipped to my local art suppliers yesterday too and can you see...I'm now the proud owner of four Copic pens! I know only four...but I wanted to see how they work before committing myself to them. Don't forget I've not long purchased the Derwent Intense Pencils...
We do have to eat too you know!

I do love black and white though as you can probably guess by my work, although I did paint with vibrant colours when doing Silk Painting.
Talking of black and white I watched an amazing art programme last night which I'd like to share with you today if you can spare the time. It was about an incredible photographer by the name of Jeff Carter.
Absolutely fantastic photographs highlighting Australian's daily life from as far back as 1940's!

Lastly and I realise that today's post has been a little longer than it should be but I have to apologise if I didn't make it to your desk...I did try and for some I even visited numerous times because I forgot where I was up to...sigh! So I'll try again this week. :D
Have fun and enjoy WOYWW!