The "yearbook" prompt led to the unearthing of one of my high school yearbooks, which led to a mix of nostalgia and cringing as I leafed through it, which led me to the decision to make copies of several pages, which then led to the most delightful part: cutting up pieces of my past and re-assembling them here. Friends forever! Best of luck in the future! Have a great summer! Remember me!
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Monday, June 17, 2019
Tempestuous hues and textures emerged from the "storm" prompt.
This one's an off-prompt card. I worked with this week's drawing/sketching theme instead. I closed my eyes, flower in one hand, a fountain pen in the other, and made a "blind" repetition drawing.
Saturday, June 15, 2019
The prompt "palm" had me reaching for a black pen and creating a rough sketch of the lines on my left palm -- lines that I repeated and then shaded using black watercolor pencil.
The "tapestry" prompt brought to mind different colors and lots of stitching (sans loom, in this case). This was created entirely from items that I might have otherwise discarded -- old calendar pages, a ripped gift bag, painting scraps, and more. It's a trash-to-treasure tapestry.