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365 Day of Pugs – Final Write Up

Thank you to Noah Scalin, author of the book on which most of last year’s pug projects were based, for sharing the wrap-up of 365 Days of Pugs with your readers. Here is Noah’s interview: http://makesomething365.blogspot.com/2013/01/365-days-of-pugs-follow-up.html Advertisements

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Extended Version of 2012 365 Days of Pugs

A big thank you to HooplaHa for putting this together! And thank you to Eloise for tolerating (barely at times) all these silly projects last year. 🙂

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Video Recap of 365 Days of Pugs

A really fun website called HooplaHa made a video retrospective of the pug project. What a great way to close out the year! If you haven’t heard of the site before, take a look. It’s filled with great stories, pictures, … Continue reading

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Day 365: Loud Pug

Today’s project was to make something loud. Eloise developed the habit of making a little bit of noise in order to get my attention while I was on the phone a couple of years ago. At that time, I had … Continue reading

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Day 364: Marzipan Pug

Today’s project was to create a new birthday song or tradition. This one took a bit of thought.  Finally, inspiration in the form an Austrian and German New Years’ tradition struck.  They exchange marzipan pigs as symbols of good luck. For … Continue reading

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Day 363: Half Pug

Today’s project was to extend an existing photograph beyond its current edges. This was the chosen photo: It became this with some digital drawing:

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Day 362: Scratched Pug

Today’s project was to make a rainbow from everyday objects. Having already made a rainbow pug tail on Day 241, I decided to try a technique last used decades ago: scratch art.  The first step was to make the rainbow … Continue reading

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