When I started this blog I thought I would actually post tutorials from time to time, but as you may have noticed, to date I have posted exactly one. Well, number two is on its way, thanks to some gentle prodding from a group of friends who have organized a tutorial event and have put a little pressure on me to actually POST one of my own. For those of you who love tutorials and who enjoy checking out the cool things other people are up to, click on the following people, all on my list to the right titled "You Might Also Enjoy." The tutors are the following: Melly, Kelli, and I on Tuesday, March 29 (tomorrow); Jane, Carla, and Tracie on Wednesday; and Lyric, Alisa, Judy, and Jill on Thursday.
The second-most strange object was described on its tag as a "rusty child form." I would have bought it if I had been able to come up with the $65 they were asking. It looked like something Louise Bourgeois would have used in one of her installations. The leg parts were painted wood, and the wire parts were --rusty. It was life-sized for a 19th century child, proportions more adult than child. No arms, no head. Fabulous.
I drew both of these in my butter box journal, which is, sadly, almost full, and I will be making a new one.