I started out by taking a couple of sheets of watercolored paper that I had painted awhile back for some coffee mug backgrounds and cut them into triangles. Then I inked the sides of them so they didn't look all shiny and new and glued them down onto some pages I had added some color to. Then I snipped up some of the black paper from my letters from yesterday and glued those down too.
It was gluuuuuuuuue everywhere.
Then I just took a Micron and a white paint pen and added some detailing and words to describe myself. These pages dried really stiff and sturdy... love it.
Jeremy took some little Tetris images he'd been toying around with converting into tattoos and expanded the idea. His background is watercolored and the sketches are pencil, Micron and Prismacolor pencils.
I kinda feel like I could do a whole geometric book at this point. The concept is so neat and tidy and methodical, but still creative and artistic. Something is definitely a brewin' in the old brain here.
Tomorrow's prompt is 'outside.' Have you been thinking of how to interpret it?
And now, as I've come down with a cold, I'm off to hug a box of tissues and work on tomorrows prompt. Talk soon!