...or next to nothing, anyway.
It's been ages since I've played along with the Butterfly Effect.
This week's theme is "The Woods" and all I've got for you is an elementary school art project.
(I kid you not. The project idea was found on one of the of the many websites we use to get arts-and-crafts ideas for the kids at work. I think the middle schoolers are going to do it after school one day next week. It involves masking tape and watercolors.)
So, I've spent the past hour staring at it, trying to figure out what to do to it to make it edgier.
Trying to make it more worthy of a dedicated blog post.
And I was getting grumpy and coming up with nothing.
AND it's too big to fit on my scanner bed, so I scanned it in two parts and spent another hour trying to figure out if I had any software that would stitch the two pictures together.
(I don't, so I'm going to pretend it's supposed to be in two pieces. )
( I was going to call it a triptych, but that's three paintings. )
(What do you call two? A diptych?)
( Dipstick is more like it).
So now worrying about this little painting has taken about 5 times longer than it did to paint it in the first place.
I need to get a grip.
So here it is, in all it's fifth grade glory.
Plus, I miss the radiant glow of all the pretty people at the Butterfly Effect.