Isn't there something irresistable about paper? this page is centred around play with handmade paper. Not made by me I hasten to add - that's a game I haven't played (yet)! It lends itself so well to roughly torn edgery, and as I discovered this week, tearing it when wet makes for even fluffier edges. … Continue reading for the love of paper
The disparate parts of today's page are beginning to merge and sit comforatbly in each other's company. The only things we need now are the doodles Light and Dark - Black and White - We Need To Doodle!! .........................and now to bed! G'night all X
Remember the dyed printer manual? With a little tearing, folding, stitching and gluing, here's what's become of 4 pages in Portuguese......
Rich colors like these make me smile. So much! 😀 The contrasting torn and cut edges
Remember the thing with the wet scrumpled tissue paper? And the thing with the printer manual? So I guess you know where we're going from here!
Continuing the catch up Day 11 is an either way up day. I like these days the best! I did this with white oil pastel as a resist to the splatters and splashes of watercolor and acrylics. Day 12. Watercolor again. Not in the delicately conventional manner with subtlety and fragile grace. No. Slopped on … Continue reading and up to date!
I found myself cutting and gluing again last night... exploring the contrast with cut and torn edges (apologies for the not so good photo quality.)
Thursday's page focused on utilising bits of the dyed paper through stacking n stitching, to exploring cut and torn shapes The echoing shapes from previous pages are now just indentations. To continue the theme of the swirling frond shape that has lasted all week I cut a stencil from acetate and used this with ink … Continue reading visual echos