Thrilling, really. We played with paint and paper and the concept of creating small books as pieces to be worn. Size, in this case, doesn't matter - some of us worked very large!).
|One of my fellow students stack of scrolls. To be worn as a necklace.|
neatly with a bow. And then: how easy that is to do to women. We say of small girls: she's a sweetheart - even though she may not be. And so, what is wrong with saying "She's a corker, that one!" I'd rather she was a corker, a character, a tough cookie. She'll go far.
And so sketches grow into thoughts and thoughts, well we should let them continue to move.
I'll be posting more about the idea of using sketches in different media over at The Sketchbook Challenge in the next couple of days. Will add the links back here.