Monthly Archives: May 2012

Day 152: Sleepy Pug

Eloise opted out of today’s project and went to bed early. Here she is having just been woken up by the camera flash. Advertisements

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Day 151: Melted Pug

Today’s project was to work with crayons. The unseasonably warm weather the past couple of days inspired this melted pug, which was made by dripping melted crayons. The technique lacked precision, but I think this still resembles a pug – … Continue reading

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Day 150: Pig Pug

Today’s project was to make something inspired by and/or that fits on or around a nose. This project affirmed my belief that Eloise is an incredibly patient dog, though she was obviously displeased about being turned into a pig. 

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Day 149: Lazy Pug

Today’s project was to work with all the utensils you own.  Eloise, of course, does not own or use any utensils.  After a long weekend at the beach she and I were too tired to come up with an alternate … Continue reading

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Day 148: Purple Pug

Today’s project was to work only with purple materials, working on a purple surface as an extra challenge. Taking advantage of the artist in residence, I outsourced today’s project to my step-mother, who remains better at drawing pugs than I … Continue reading

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Day 147: Devil Pug

Today’s project was to make something inspired by a favorite movie. Many films came to mind, but I thought “The Devil Wears Prada” would be a fun one. My step-mother, an artist, helped to make the pug’s face a bit … Continue reading

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Day 146: Peeking Pug

Today’s project, back on assignment in the book, was to create a visual definition for a word chosen randomly from a dictionary. The word chosen was peek.

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