I didn't post that first one along with the big cardboard one mostly because I wanted to know what you all thought of that one on its own (it was the scarier one and I think I needed more feedback on it.) Now that this post is about small ones I think I will show it. Cece and Katie saw it already at the art walk. So the little ones are really giving me an opportunity to have a more relaxed experimentation of the subject. While projecting the drawings onto the big ones allows me to have that kind of drawing interaction, doing the small ones gives me a really direct response to the shapes and lines. I think I will keep making these for a little bit. I am definitely finding more questions and more ways to explore my subject.
Do I want to create some sort of labeling language? How does changing media affect the exploration? How can colors designate certain mechanisms.
While I look at them together I am wondering more and more about these things...They are fun. I think I want to push a little more outside of my comfort zone for the next ones. Hoping for interesting results.
ALSO: the world's tiniest diptych ;) *not a verified claim.