Monday, August 3, 2009

Creative Prompt "Remember" & print play

Creative prompt #24 was Remember and in response to it, I decided to doodle a diary. Too bad I can't find the key....might be some interesting stuff in there.

I also spent a little time transferring some of my previous doodles to fabric. Some were printed directly onto fabric while others were done using a photocopy transfer method involving the use of a solvent. Then as you can see I added a little colour to a few using coloured pencil and textile medium. I don't really care for the added colour all that much. ( I much prefer those black and white or grayscale images), however, I kinda like the way the exclamation mark looks.
I am planning on turning these all into postcards at some point but for now just testing a few ideas. Gotta make more play time and get out the paints and inks.

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Nadine said...

These doodles are really fabulous! Calling them "doodles" seems an injustice, really. Hurry up and make postcards so I can buy a set or two! I think larger prints would be awesome as well. Ooohh, and how about some custom work? You know, someone sends you a word, and you doodle it!?!

Finishing Lines by K.Sperino said...

Love the diary! I like the color added, but next to the bl/wh.. I'm with you- I like the basic bl/wh better. All will make wonderful pcs.-so inspiring.

Debra said...

Way past doodling in my opinion! Really fabulous!

Diane J. Evans said...

Can't wait to see the postcards -- and I do like the doodles in color. I mentioned that you inspired me to try my hand, and I've been coloring mine in as I go, to see if they'll translate into something. You motivate me, girlfriend!


Sherri D said...

great idea for the word: remember! I agree that most of your designs look best without color. they really make a statement!

Jaye said...

I think it is so wonderful that your prompt responses have spurred you to go an extra step! I love your tests and think that was kind of the hope int he back of my mind.

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