me and the inner kid had some chores this morning, but we tempered this by including a ‘raid the stationery drawer’ moment in the office (old sticky labels… MINE! semi-dryed up highlighter pens…MINE!. We got nice fresh walnut bread and bananas on the market, we got chocolate…
Back home to play! Now!
Texture demands IK. Any thing – don’t care what – I just need to tear stuff and glue stuff. Now!
Within easy reach of where we’re sat there are stashes of texture. There’s packing paper, cartridge paper (IK had been playing with a compass… so quite a few pages of pencil circles. Had a feeling these would find a use one day)
Strips of off-cut fabric and edges from stuff. A strip of hideous flourescent pink nylon net…
all those little snippings of thread… some, they’re like, less than an inch, little wisps.
We need Color!!!
See the cool ink-squirting device we devised?
(Yes, this is very top heavy and unstable. Yes, it would cause mess and possibly tears and swearing if knocked over. Proceed with caution. Thankfully we managed not to let this happen. The beast is dismantled and disarmed until next he is needed.
8 thoughts on “a day in a page”
you two are about to lay down some more art history!
LOL. so brave,.I would have definitely knocked it over! Part 3?
It’s life on the edge here! What I didn’t mention is I work on the floor. On carpet (ok, protected by old bed sheets and plastic). I guess it’s my version of white water rafting lol
I’m caught up in your enthusiasm – your passion is endless…
weyhey! enjoy the ride my friend!!