Daily Doodle #9: Mosaic Lullaby

Ink on paper. 7" x  5". 11/ 13/ 2013. Win it here.

I started this one at 2 am last night, a little overwhelmed by the project and the realization that if I didn't create something at that time, after a full day of art, carpentry, time with kids, friends, and family, there would be no doodle today. I'm pretty sure that if I slipping a day will quickly turn this itno the Daily "or you know, when I feel like it" Doodle Project.

I started with a line of silver, and then riffed with the mosiac idea -the white of the paper as the compositional grout holding it all together.

Haven't found a way to properly photograph doodles with metallic ink. The ink is luminous when shot at an angle, but that throws off the proportions of the picture, and when I shoot it straight on, you can't fully appreciate the glistening bronze and silver.

Speaking of the original...

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