I like this one. Oh sure it has its issues, but all in all a nice little piece.
brucine (broo'-seen), 1) n. Pharm., Chem. a bitter, poisonous alkaloid, C23H26N2O4, obtained from the nux vomica tree; 2) n. Bruce Bortin's 'low-impact' weblog
8.25 x 5”
Nicely bound, opens flat. Doesn’t like water media. Thanks, Cathy!
Small Cells Watercolor
Orange on Black
Orange and Blue on Black
Dark Grey Horizontals
Black Zip with White Dots
↑ Late December 2014
Onto a plaster bat?
And then do a lot of those and assemble them into a larger structure?
Hopefully something less lame than this.
Meanwhile, check out this woman’s stuff:
The units would be something like this silicone squiggle. Try not to think about intestines.
...the kind of website where you know, right off, that 2/3 of the way through registration, an inane program design assumption will ultimately result in a logic loop that irrevocably borks the entire process.
Social Weaver Bird Nests in Africa? I regret that I can’t find the source of this image. Something that was on my twitter feed yesterday, and reminded me of the shapes of trees that George Herriman used to draw,
so I saved the tweeted image and drew it:
This page is informative: http://www.duskyswondersite.com/animals/social-weavers-hippie-birds/, and has more pictures like this one:
This makes me wonder about the relationship of the Social Weaver Bird Nests in Africa to these mud Swallow? nests under the bridge in Monte Rio California:
Do these birds and their nests have a common ancestor, or is it more like a form follows function, parallel development of similar solutions to similar design problems situation?…which all goes to show that I’m fascinated with shapes and what they might or might not mean. And I guess I’m easily amused.