Monthly Archives: March 2015

Daily Art 74- come look inside this door

New topic! Found objects. It happened like this:

Brandon: Might have to do a theme on drawing with found objects.

Sheala: Ok. As in find an object and turn it into a thing? Curious Mongoose requests an audience with war turtle to discuss the new theme.

Brandon: Hahahaha. Like this:

Sheala: Yes. You propose this as the next topic? Where is war turtle with this treaty of declaration!?

Brandon: I turned in the form to him, he’s pondering whether to do it this week. War turtle will not be pushed! Or pulled! War Turtle is not to be warred with!

Sheala: Curious mongoose is delegating the Treaty signing to Arts and Culture Badger.


Brandon: Found objects it is!

Sheala: Ok. So everyday objects transformed? I have a lot of objects.

Brandon: Transformed?

Sheala: Into art?

Brandon: Or part of art.


Brandon:    The Connector Cap Businessmen from Dimension X were known were selling the finest in purple dreams, 3 sided boxes and cherry flavored light bulbs.


Sheala: Koalas on the brain.

What Doreen Thinks about Episode Nine of Helix-Ectogenesis

Doreen happy mugshotDoreen the kickass, but dead, scientist here again! I’m still keeping an eye on my ridiculous co-workers after being killed off in season one. What’re you going to do, the afterlife isn’t that interesting and you can’t be completely fulfilled by looking at people in showers 24/7. Plus I really want to know what the hell this Narvik virus is and find out if the crazy, but secret, immortals of the the Ilaria Corporation will mange to kill off most of humanity and rule the leftovers in some weird ass paradise. Plus immortals are super hot. But assholes!

Daily Art 71- don’t tell your mum!

Sheala: my brain went something like- keys, plaid, map. I considered doing something with the blank spaces but that might be for the next topic!


Brandon: This one is simple, but the contrast of thick and thin is really attractive to me!

Daily Art Day 70- oh my, that looks heavenly

Brandon: this started out as muscle texture and became something else that I love:

Sheala: I’m in people’s house a lot and marvel at the ‘old lady’ wallpaper that’s chocked full of nature. And then I think about the days when those patterns were done by hand by artists.