Yesterday I had a look at DS106 again for the first time in too long time. So much has happen. I have left Belgium and now live in Copenhagen. I hope to find more time to play around with the digital creativity.
And I was lucky. As I stood there looking out my new kitchen window and dreamt about leaving the cleaning and unpacking, she was suddenly there. The cutest little muse who would like to taste my grapes. I wonder, if I'll see her again. Would like to meet her in other places around my little cottage
The offline life keeps me more busy than expected, so I have to face, that I´m not participating here in the level, that I want to do. But I do lurk on you guys and I´m impressed of your work.
During the last year I´ve been so inspired by the stuff we have learned to do online. Now I seized the chance to get some inspiration in the more classic disciplines, so last night I went to my first art class. And I did my first acrylic painting :)
Ok, I admit this is a too easy solution, but it does show 600 in roman numbers (and numbers were forbidden, dooooh!) and celebration. I have to think again and maybe come up with something more creative.
After yesterdays 1000 km driving from Denmark to Brussels, and todays cleaning of house and garden, I need to relax. And what better way to do that, than a small DS106 post.
I wanted to try out a newly purchased program (Sparkol Videoscribe) and I've had a small story in my head the last few days. It has it's roots in a conversation I had with Cornelia, the youngest daugther of Pernille, my friend for more than 30 years.
In the video I've used some doodles I made (in the iPad app Sketches) and some photos from our birthday party a few nights ago. A night out with ice cream cones can be incredible useful in creative processes :)
This post does not have anything to do with a daily create assignment, so I'm going completely headless this time
Yesterday we celebrated my birthday in the great out doors area of Stige Ø in the northern part of Odense. We ended the party with big ice cream cones decorated with lollipops and small wind mills. And as I wrote to +Rochelle Lockridge last night, I would like to use these ice creams in a dailey create. Here it comes.