Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Holding You Over

If you're a regular follower of my blog, you've noticed a pattern in my posting behavior, I'm sure. July and January are meager months. Despite aspirations to do more, it just always seems like January and July are great downtimes for me. Don't get me wrong, I'm making art, but it's mixed in with vacation and birthdays and relaxing on the deck and mountain bike rides and design phases, so you don't get to see me much around this time of year.

To hold you over for a few more days, here is a fun thing, one of our last projects in the drawing class last semester.  We did a collaborative color project, where we each had a segment of a magazine page.  We had to blow them up to be the size of our drawing paper and collaborate with others in the group who had similar coloring in their segment. 

1. The magazine segments, reassembled
2. The group's pieces, assembled
3. My part
4 & 5. To show you scale...

Something funny that happened was after the semester was over, I was happily catching up on my Martha Stewart Magazines one morning during breakfast, and I came across our page!!!!! It felt like an seeing an old friend again.

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