Other than practicing telepathic calls on the Baron Lucy-Lee, I spent most of the weekend asleep. I’m reading a book called The Sense of Being Stared At and other Aspects of the Extended Mind by Rupert Sheldrake. This is a great book for reading around naps because just about the time you think, “Hmmm, I’m hungry. I wonder if I can put a picture of chocolate cake in The Theory’s mind…” bam, you are asleep.
On Saturday, I spent a few hours in The Hive working on layering. I came up with a piece called Reveal where I could see layers of gray and black cutting over one another. This is an example of how the technique can be great yet the piece itself is sort of wrong. I don’t have any images of it yet so here’s a detail of an older piece called Skidoo which I love for the soft colors. I’ll try to get some scans of Reveal by tomorrow.
On Wednesday, I’ll talk about vendors I like—including the coolest wood place on earth—and Friday will be another Hive special of the weird. Tune in.
And one more image to show I’m not always skint with images. This is a detail of Do-Over, a piece which earned its name after I melted off the crap that was on it previously. Please note the color green. There will be a test on green this Friday.