It's been one heck of a ride these last two months, hasn't it? It's also brought up a few issues, hasn't it? You haven't been feeling the most confident about your art, have you? That fear of the Art Police has been rather entrenched as well, hasn't it?
Here's some advice: Shut up.
Let's look at this. Since July, you have started how many paintings? Two carnival poster paintings; one orange slice ferris wheel, several tomatoes on the vine with tentacles, two with fruit and dinosaurs, one medium sized one where the tomatoes are getting revenge on a cutworm, a series of four smaller ones of them getting revenge on other insects, one of a kitsune, one 'inner self portrait,' and another series of four of various critters wearing top hats, bowlers and bow ties. Of these, three are still in progress; two were painted over and the rest went to the gallery.
Of the gallery paintings, two have sold; three have come home, two stayed in the gallery and four were delivered today. That's seventeen paintings in two months and eleven of them ended up in the gallery. That sounds like a good record to me.
So...shut up. Paint. If the Art Police show up, just pretend that It's 106 miles to Chicago, you've got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark... and you're wearing sunglasses.