I can't believe we are on week 4 already - boo hiss!!!! Anyway, this weeks colours were apple green, a mid pink and a splash, splodge or smudge of dark green. Gelli plate at the ready - I set too with my papers, creating a variety of A4 pieces (which were then cut to A5 and turned into mail art/art pieces) and the 12 x 12 were used to create layouts. It's fun sometimes to have a series of layouts all using the same colour scheme (and gelli plating session).
First up the mail art/art. Usually I send these through the year as mail art, but this year Sarah has a Free Art Friday commencing in Swindon and she put a call out for help, so most of these have been parcelled up to send to her (yes Sarah I may finally get around to sending the promised pieces), mind you some of the other art she's received is far more arty than mine. The image is hand painted and should be an owl, but said 13 year old commented he liked my aliens - so they can be either I suppose. Although they were supposed to be owls - whoops!
Then the layouts, it's always a challenge using the papers to create layouts that look different, but I think I managed it. First up me and said 13 year old trying very hard not to look conspicuous whilst trying to find a geo-cache in a rather busy area of York city walls!
Then Jack and Jill the Shetland ponies in the field next to us when we were on holiday recently!
Hexagons for the next one, showing a Victor Bomber, for a change a plane hubby hadn't seen
Then plane artwork - I love seeing all the different designs.
Me and hubby in a shot taken by said 13 year old off the top of Clifford's Tower.
More Yorkshire Air Museum photos, this time hubby and said 13 year old with one of those fold up planes - as you do!
So that's this weeks installment! Much fun was had wonder what colour challenge we will have for week 5.