I've been having lots of fun this week.
Lately I've been seeing lots of people
playing with all sorts of mediums
and goops and since I only use
paints or pencils, I decided it's time
to join in the goopy fun.
The good news is that
goop (moulding paste)
washes off of skin
and out of hair.
I use more than one brush at a time when I paint
and I have a bad habit of holding the paint
brushes that I'm not using
in my mouth.
Starting to get the picture?
I had the brush full of goop and needed to move the canvas
so naturally I put the brush in my mouth
and suddenly I had gooped hair,
panicked and gooped my hand, arm,
you name it I gooped it.
Eventually I got it onto the canvas and
had a great time doing it.
Once it was hard, I started to paint and that's where my desk is today.
and the rest of it
You can see from this shot, that
when I think of it, I put the brushes
in the stand and not my mouth.
(Okay, the truth is, I put them there for the photo,
two of them were in my mouth!)
I wanted to give the hat lady some body
and that is where the goop came in.
I used a brush and my finger to create the hair
and used some of the non slip plasticy stuff
you can see under my painting to make the roughness for the hat.
I don't really care how the lady comes out
I just having heaps of fun playing.
Gloopy stuff rocks!!
~~SOMETHING VERY IMPORTANT!!~~
Jenn at Just Add Water Silly
has discovered that some of us
(me included) left out a little step when setting up our blogs
and it has resulted in us being
NO REPLY BLOGGERS.
This essentially means that if we send someone a comment
and they reply, we won't receive that reply, it just goes to no mans world.
If you are worried that you might be one of these people
go to Jenns blog 101 and she tells you how to fix it.
Just think of how many lovely thoughts we may have missed out on.
Now you've seen all my fun,
why don't you hop on over to Julia's
and see what the others have done
You never know what you might learn.