Collaborative traditional cut and paste (scissors and glue ) collage blog with a weekly set theme.
Jo, your comment/question is cracking me up...something about it makes me want to add "....doo dah, doo dah"! (BTW, this is a clever little piece -- love the baby heads, especially the little one peeking out of the center and the truncated lets!)
It sounds a bit like 'to be or not to be' I guess, but sometimes I get confused over the language and translation of words, makes me feel like a stranger in a strange land.But I love the theme and sometimes wished it lasted longer than a week ;))
You and your chickens... all of this is delightful. The difference between a grid and an array, in my book at least, is that a grid is just lines intersecting at right angles, like in the grid notebooks one can purchase. An array, by contrast, is not empty: it has squares just like a grid, and the squares have stuff in them—whatever the "array artiste" (as Lynn put it) feels like doing with that space. But I agree: your question should be set to music.
Thanks for your explanation Fi, I've done some more research on the internet about your book 'abstract comics' and it is very interesting!I love the theme and it gives you a good starting point for collages.
I like this a lot, Josephine - the black&white and all two whimsical kids (the left one is on a leash?) and the one in the center whose body is "covered". Brilliant!
You're right Sabine, the girl in the corner is on a leash ... and in the middle is a bit of 'magic', are those feet of this girl? If I would turn the collage on its back you would see 2 children hiding there ;))
Ha - you revealed the trick! :))
That's part of the magic ;))
Well placed array of FUN images within an interesting grid of solid and polka dot squares!
Thank you so much Angie, I love polka dots ;))