Eunoia

I am an artist, writer and thinky philanthropist from the grey coasts of England. I live with ducks and I bought the car that might kill me for £200.
This is my personal creative journal. I am too changeable for biographies.

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The extraction of pigments from woodland fauna did not prove very successful. However, I decided to experiment another method to incorporate natural materials into my design. I attempted to paint fallen leaves with acrylics, which I then pressed to prevent them from curling as they dried. They puckered, not from the paint but the method of drying which I think detracts from the illustrations. I used different levels of decay to affect atmosphere.

The extraction of pigments from woodland fauna did not prove very successful. However, I decided to experiment another method to incorporate natural materials into my design. I attempted to paint fallen leaves with acrylics, which I then pressed to prevent them from curling as they dried. They puckered, not from the paint but the method of drying which I think detracts from the illustrations. I used different levels of decay to affect atmosphere.

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