Monthly Archives: February 2012

Day 60: Shadow Pug Tail

Today’s project was to make something that casts a shadow and document only the shadow. Natural light would have helped with the contrast, but it was a gray and rainy day.  Advertisements

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Day 59: Cheerio Pug

Today’s project was to mix and match – to work with materials that don’t generally go together, like markers and bananas, or leaves and binder clips. This is a not-so-successful attempt at a pug face using Cheerios and markers. 

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Day 58: Life-Sized Pug

Today’s project was to make something as big as possible, and to make it life-sized if it was representational. Eloise was reluctant to share the sofa with this guy but eventually warmed up to him.

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Day 57: Biodegradable Pug

Today’s project was to use a disposable plastic bag to create something new. Eloise’s clean-up bags are made out of a biodegradable plastic.  One was used to make a pug face with an x-acto. 

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Day 56: Pug Balloon

Today’s project was to make something heavy seem light. This is Eloise as a balloon.

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Day 55: Rainy Day Pug

Today’s project was to write an advertising jingle for something in nature (a tree, a bird, a cloud).  The bonus was to make a commercial to go with it. Today was a chilly, drizzly day.  In this rain-inspired jingle, Eloise embraces the … Continue reading

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Day 54: Pointilist Pug

Today’s project was to make something only using dots.  This is inspired by Seurat.

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