My favorite thing about reading other artists' blogs is learning more about their process. I love the fact that two artists could take the exact same materials and use them in completely different ways.
Of course, I'm most interested in seeing how people use the media that I love to use, such as embroidery, digital illustration, or watercolors. I also find it interesting how my use of those media has changed so much over the years as I gain experience and confidence.
It's been a little over a year since I had a nice space to work with my watercolors, but as I set up my art studio in my new home, I have been able to tailor the space to the media I love. I've been very busy at the office this tax season, but I did have a few sick days a short while ago, and I took advantage of the time at home to work on a project or two. Intersperse that with some good reading time and you have a perfect recipe for my relaxation.
I also want to share what my work table looks like in real life. You'll find all sorts of goodies: camera chargers, scrapbooking supplies, rubber stamps I never use, old drawings, and, of course, a Dungeons & Dragons Core Rulebook. Typical.