I can't believe I've been working on this teleidoscope since Jan. 14th.
I finished cutting all the triangles out about 2 weeks ago.
And since then I've been gluing like a fiend.
I finally finished gluing last night and now I'm starting to build the structure.
Instead of mounting them flat I want there to be some dimension. We'll see how that works out!
These are iPhone teleidoscopes. I put the teleidoscope..
..this little guy, directly up to the iPhone camera.
I just took these with my mac!
This is quite exciting to me!
On Friday we did a bronze pour at school.
(I'm the one working the chain)
Going to break open my bronze soon. Can't wait to see how everything turned out.
And I spent the rest of the weekend working on teleidoscopes.
This one turned out huge!
Only two more to go!
I also picked up the postcards for my show that opens December 2nd. I think I got over 200 of them so I'll be dispersing them around town for the next few weeks.
That's all for now!
Surprised my sister isn't mad I'm using this one!
I'm not allowed to use the after shot though.
So here is what it would've looked like!!!
Walgreens has made a small fortune off of me this semester. My last photo pick up was for 680 4x6s. But it's good because they're always running deals on prints so I was able to save about 40 dollars. And I'm happy because I'm set with prints for the next 5 teleidoscope pieces.
ALSO, I started a pinterest account. Pretty excited to have a place to collect everything I see, instead of just littering my desktop with images.
Okay. Time for the dreaded art history paper!
I finally finished this one featuring my grandma and grandpa standing in front of some mountains (from previous post). The triangles on it were about an inch big so it took me over a week to complete where the rest of them I've been knocking out in a few days.
Bigger triangles = less work.
I just started this one featuring my mom.
I'm totally loving the pattern her arm is making. And the bobber on her fishing pole is adding a nice dot/highlight effect in the pattern. I'm about 1/3 of the way done with this one.