Thursday, June 23, 2005

Studio Friday - Playtime 'n Action

Another first...I'm officially diving into Studio Friday! This week's theme is Playtime 'n Action. We were supposed to take out a large piece of paper and our coloring tools of choice, then close our eyes and draw using the opposite hand from what we normally draw with. We were to just let it flow, have fun with it, not peek, and then declare it finished whenever we felt like we were finished. Ok, so I chose to jump in the deep end on my first time out! So....


...this is what emerged from my playtime with pastels! It's um, interesting. It does seem to have a sort of angry red zig-zag that dominates, but it's offset a bit by the lyrical black swirlies and blue dots. It's actually kinda growing on me.

Here's proof that I did it with my left hand...

...a couple of my desk buddies are looking on with a mixture of curiosity and concern.


All in all, Playtime 'n Action was a lot of fun! Thanks Tine and all the participants! I'm looking forward to future Studio Friday fun.

5 comments:

  1. Becky!
    Welcome to 'Studio Friday'!!

    Look at you!! WOW! This looks like you had a ton of fun, it looks fantastic! I love your messy hands, hahaha!! Your little buddies are so cute, too. Thye were probably wondering what in the world was going on in front of their little noses... :-D hahahah!

    **happy sparkles* to you!!!

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  2. cool picture.... i love the chalk. I've always thougt about buying some but never did...I think I am going to have to now.

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  3. This picture really tells a story. I love all the colors and action going on. I see a big green frog monster with a big red eye and swirly breath that is cathing the forrest on fire. I wonder what happens next?

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  4. Anonymous10:50 AM

    Nice that you have joined Studio Friday. Looks like you had a lot of fun with this. So many beautiful colors.

    wynlen
    wynleDesign

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  5. Great work! I also like the pictures you have shown here ...

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