This means I have 15 minutes to get by bike from this course to the one in Argentine Tango. Mondays are gonna be busy days for the following weeks. I noticed that it only takes me about 5 min (by bike) to get to tango practice from the house that this course is being held in, so it wasn't as bad as I thought it would have been. I mean, stressful.
Why did I want to take this course?
Because I wrote on my "Non-faves of 2011"-list that cernit-clay sculpting is a non-fave of mine. This way, I get to try out different types of clay/polymer modelling, and get to use more borrowed tools while I do it. Plus, I don't have to grime up my desk. Always a plus.
If it's one thing I don't like. It's. Getting. Grime. And. Needles. Under. My. Nails.
I already thought, while putting things away today and heading out in the hallway to wash my hands how "I should definitively take a nail brush with me next time". And how I had wanted to have this and that and goddess where is my jewellery kit when I need that specific tool in it. It felt like being a pain in the ass, except I didn't say anything out loud. I'm just gonna take it one, as it comes.
But next time, I'll come prepared... *oh, I'm so terrible*
|I made things that are supposed to be strawberries (left) and acorns (right).|
Neither looks like what they're supposed to be.
|Yes, I didn't do many during the 2 hours the lesson lasted.|
|Tried using different textures, but just generally fooled around.|
The second and third bead from the left is actually a small tea pot
and a tea cup. I hope the handles won't fall off as they dry.
|Hmm.. this photo is really grainy. You can't even see how I|
tried to form a mini "Angry Birds"-pig from the clay (right corner).
And a cat. And a "Tiny Wings"-bird.