I try to make art every day. However, with my health problems, that does not always happen. On a good day I will spend up to two hours working on my art. Some days I don't do anything artsy at all. I always make sure to devote Sunday afternoons to art, as well.
I have a longish commute to work every day (45 min in each direction) and I try to use that time to work on art. It limits the kind of work I can do (mostly drawing... nothing involving scissors or glue) but it means that I work on my hand eye coordination all the time.
As for when I'm in the studio, the only constraint that I have for my working conditions is I need a good block of time (min 3 hrs) because otherwise I don't have enough time to really focus on anything.
I need 6 hours of quality crafting time with no background noise from the tv and lurkers preferably in the daytime.
Right now I'm stuck in the kitchen table where's too much noise I heard listening to Bach helps with creativity and relaxation.
If I don't get do any crafting or mailart I get extremely stressed. Wish I had my own studio or any spare room.
Since the weather has been nice this Summer I'll work outside in the garden.
Well, I like to paint envelopes. henever I can I work on that. Some envelopes go through the process 10-20 times before finished and are sent out.....