Before I explain a little about my journey into pot, +shankti oviedo pointed out that my workshop looks a lot like a painting by Juan Gris. This is Tablero de Ajedrez from 1917. I have to say that Shankti has a very good point!
Here's everything once the glue has set and the clamps have been removed. See how the top two layers are thinner than the first (which is closest to the floor). I haven't left myself much leg-room in terms of margin for error.
Okay, I've told you pretty much all I have the energy to tell you on today's shenanigans. See what I did last night. This picture is a mashup I did of some of my Bad Moon comic and a wonderful picture created by +Alice Glytch. I reckon that they go well together. Go check out Alice's Google+ stream for more in the series - you won't be disappointed! Yeah... that was a bit cheeky of me wan't it!
Before I wrap this up, I want to show you three things I picked up during the week. At the time I called it a "charity shop bonanza" and I reckon that I had it spot on. I've only gone and bought myself a bodhran, thumb piano and comic by John Byrne! What a wonderful set of treasures!
I've never played a bodhran in my life, so I was keen to give it a go. Here's a song that I wrote especially for the occasion featuring my first ever bodhran! I'm cheating and playing it with my hands, but there you go.
I do have some tentative words and the idea for a banjolele solo, but for now, this will have to be it. Until next time! Woof, woof...
This is the last picture... promise...
Whilst I was learning about Juan Gris, I happened across this cubist guitar created by Michael Dunn. It was inspired by Juan Gris and captures the cubist feeling brilliantly. Check out Hawaiian Time Machine for more.