|Frida Kahlo eyebrows? What's that about ...|
I did a sketch
|Playing with an extreme head tilt.|
and some doodles for my class over at Jude Hill's blog
I'm learning a lot in Jude's class. About cloth weaving and Boro, of course. The bonus is watching her teach online. I wanted to incorporate the concept of "working along" with my students. I thought it would give it an immediacy that might otherwise be lacking. I was thrilled to see Jude doing this (and very well).
So here's the deal with the Nudges. I'm going to start working along with all of you now. Not doing the Nudge and then posting it all done. But working on them over the week; this and that. What comes up will come up. We'll all learn a lot more this way.
I'd also welcome any nudges from you! I'd love to be Nudged. If you have an idea, put it in the comments or send me an email. A word, a thought, a material, a technique: all is welcome. Let's really make this a communal Nudging. Whaddya' think?
And now for Nudge 21. Let's play "I Spy." Pick a color - any color you love (or never think much about). Over the next week, collect bits of that color - in all of its saturated or grayed down forms and stick it in your journal. Or put the pieces, if they are 3D, into a box and then you can take a picture. Or go out with your camera and play "I Spy." Whatever runs the flag up your pole.