Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Mirth Interrupted




Here are a few drawings that are part of a project in the works dealing with ancestry, ritual and the paper landscape. I'm using both sides of the paper--is that allowed?

6 comments:

sam said...

awesome, you did it! and the results are splendid.

Aaron said...

its totaly allowed, good idea man!

Aaron said...

why did you jump off your house? your freakin crazy!

Dillon Thompson said...

Using both sides of the paper is like teaching a man to wash before shaving. Rinse, lather, repeat.

meg dinnell said...

i use both sides of paper all the time. what else is the other side good for? it just sits there otherwise.

Megalaros said...

The girl in the swimming pool tried to explain something like this to me. Except we got attacked by a grassdog. That was pretty much the end of that.

You can totally use both sides of the paper! I have a scary history of doing that. Best to use heavy papers. But be careful if the graphite is loose. Or I wouldn't if I was using something big and wet like a marker. Also be conscious if you're going to scan something. It'll show through most times.