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-- 10 August, 2007 --

A new twist


A new twist
Originally uploaded by ** Robyn **.
When you were a kid, did you do scribble patterns on bits of paper and then colour in the spaces? This exercise that we did in Monday night art class this week was a bit like that. We made a series of straight, curved, spiralled, horizontal and diagonal lines on the paper. The job then was to make something out of the mess of lines. This is mine.

Soft pastels on velour paper.

Posted by robynls at August 10, 2007 8:55 PM

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The blue reminds me of a plastic ruler I once had. :-) Pretty colors.

now to see if this takes. Didn't the last time if I recall.

Posted by: bb at August 11, 2007 1:37 AM

Yes, I was a doodler and still am, though my doodlings were nowhere as pretty as yours are turning out to be. I like the pink folds - looks like fabric.

Posted by: Bex at August 11, 2007 5:21 AM

Thank you both for your kind comments. I am very pleased that you found something to relate to in my drawing.

Posted by: Robyn Smith at August 11, 2007 2:42 PM

I use to do this assignment when I taught. It is fun. I think it is from the MonArt method. I like the graphic nature of yours.

Posted by: Robin N at August 15, 2007 2:28 AM

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