I never thought it would be so hard. but there it was. I played through the Kate Crane DVD and the electronic music lulled me into a sleepy nod off state . This condition was remedied with chocolate. I decided to add to the backgrounds.
First i want to show the stash of goodies that arrived from Joggles. My present to me for being forced by time and nature into another birthday. I wanted the set of Tim Stencils as they are a good size and not too specific and you can hang them together. Also needed to replenish my Dyan sprays. I love them. Fit my messy mind and style so well. On the trip i played with my Neocolors. I have only had them about 5 years so they needed a work out. I loved the water brush I used so bought another wider one, they are perfect for 'art en route'
Now why this is in landscape is beyond me I rotated i. If you have a desk top or pad it is not a problem with full computer you will need to levitate. I decided that I have something in common with Teesha Moore, regrettably it is not talent. She likes to write at a different time than making backgrounds so do I. So here is a background in need of writing. It is based on Kate Crane's DVD 1 where she spreads acrylic paint with a credit card. I was thinking about my feet and the need to see the foot doctor and found these bits in my stash. For focals I like to use stuff from magazines and catalogs.
This is another of Kate's background techniques, mine is not quite right. As I was making it there was a bolt of lightening and roll of thunder and a very brief downpour. So this is about the rain goddess and her brief visit to our rain less land.
Tripper has now attempted to sit on the computer 3 times and is miffed that I put him in the hall. I did feed him in the hopes he would go and sleep.
It is 5pm some where in the world and cocktail hour