Friday night: A final cup for the thing-a-day challenge.
Saturday: Not sure what triggers my weekend migraine-like headaches…but I don’t seem to be able to avoid them at the moment.
When the headache started to lift I went to The Art Scene and made a mess of a building down the road. I then added another version on Sheer Heaven over the top and changed the direction of the light.
A bit of a girl page… The text says it all.
I am absolutely loving the portrait format of my journal but the cartridge paper is a bit limiting – and of course I have to fill the page with large areas of wash… The paper does bubble a bit but I can cope with it. Let me know if anyone knows of a portrait format hardbound journal with watercolour paper – I might have to try the handbook again….
Thankfully I started to feel better in the afternoon as my nephews came around – I sketched while they ran around the backyard – last day of summer so just had to be outside.
Then in the late afternoon I went to Eastwood, the suburb where I spent the first 7 years of my life this evening to do my guerrilla photography assignment for the week. Of course, I had to do a quick sketch as well.
It is rather tragic when a significant landmark building (of your childhood) is demolished but even worse when there is a sad and lonely portion remaining to remind you of what is no more….
And I made this page into a weekly spread adding random notes in the pink rectangle. Why pink? Who knows!