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Artist burnout is real.
And to be honest, sometimes our response is to work even harder.
Take time to rest.
And when you start making art again, try something different.
Slightly new, or wildly different from the art you usually create.
Try a new technique, a different strategy, use different tools. Get your heart excited again.
How do you bounce back after creative burnout?
You can now subscribe to BlessedShadows on AVN!
Starting off at an introductory price of 4.99 as I build up shoots on this platform, enjoy:
-Huge photo sets
-Topless and implied nudes
OnlyFans has most of my media at 460+ luxe boudoir pics, but I’m excited to start on this new platform to share boudoir photography and clips!
Come relax with luxury boudoir!
♥️ See you in the Blessed Shadows ♥️
Join us on OnlyFans for a brand new lingerie and nude set, and let me know what prints you’d love to get!
Glitter: Slayfire Cosmetics
Vinyl Choker: RaspberryMazohyst
Mushroom Skull Necklace: BlessedShadows
This shoot was so much fun, as they all are!
I got to use some of the biodegradable glitter from Slayfire, enjoy some vinyl couture, and some new red hair.
What’s your favorite kind of lingerie to slip into? What are your favorite independent artists and designers?
So much has changed here in the studio. Not only in workflow and equipment changes, but how I’ve learned to see myself and my work.
I have found self-portraiture as a way to learn self-love. Not only has it helped me with my dysphoria, it’s allowed me to learn to see myself as a piece of art. It’s helped me better comes to terms with the skin I’ve been given.
Along with the grander scheme of not feeling at home in my body, I’m no longer so embarrassed by my hands. My hands are often a very bright red, presumably because of a thyroid issue and my very low blood pressure. It’s been a pain to edit out or otherwise try to prevent, but I’ve learned to accept that that’s just how they are.
Instead of seeing an embarrassing bright red, I see it as a blush that fits well with my style of portraiture, especially in this photoset.
Self-portrature can help us to not only learn about who we are, but how we are all pieces of artwork.
This fantasy photoshoot was such a blast, with the bed of flowers (literally), distressed thrifted book, handmade couture, thrifted lace and butterflies in the hair…
A dream come true!
Spring is here, and hopefully we’re all working hard to be safe.
Whether we’re still working or have been quarantined, let’s keep safe, stay hydrated, and make time to enjoy the start of spring as much as we can.
It’s the beauty of the little things in nature that matter, our chosen families that are at our sides.
Be safe, stay hydrated, enjoy nature.