It is quite common in early art classes to have pupils take an every day object and turn it into something else. So I thought, "what's good for them is good for us".
Here is a pair of scissors - what will you make with them? I've made it easier this week by putting them on transparency so you don't even need to cut them out.
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Just a reminder that everyone is welcome to take part in this. You don't even need to use Photoshop, although of course many do 🙂
She looks happy considering that something's eaten her friends head !
Their name comes from their ground nesting between/beside upturned boats; for obvious reasons they prefer old herring boats.
When she tucks her head, she will be hard to discern from the boat/bird on either side.
Nicely done Jane 🙂
Goodness. Some very good uploads this week. Great ideas exceptionally realised. I especially like the added shading on the scissors in some of the images, and Rafel's perspective change. Rafel, I am thinking you could have added some hightlights to some of the upper edges to give a better 3D look, but all of the uploads are excellent this week.
Trevor, thank you for the kind words and for the suggestion. Yes, some highlights would help, I just didn't have any more time to spend on this one.
Was going to try a scissor hands haircut. I only got up to a scissor hand.
Maybe will have another go tomorrow.