|Mini-Journal No. 4 - 05|
This is a good example of how the valley fold is interfering with the composition. With that said I like the interference. I was given a prompt on this one by a wonderful artist, Irene, who lives in Southern California. She asked me to take an image, in this case a man, and cut the image in half. Then I was to draw the half that I cut away to complete the portrait again. The one on the right is my re-drawing. At first I was a bit upset because I used a water soluble pen to draw. When I adhered it into the mini-journal the ink ran. I quickly blotted it with paper towel and I like how it turned out.
A huge success, John!
Terrific idea and when I cover up the face halves it is apparent you created a unique entity.
These dotted backgrounds are delightful.
I like the mystery that was added by the smudged pen.
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