I have just survived a MAMMOTH weekend.
A weekend filled with children, brides, Creativity and not much sleep.
And although it was exhausting – it was wonderful!
Here’s my running sheet . . . . .
Looking back, I’m not at all sure how I managed it. I know I didn’t get enough sleep, but the outcome was truly worth it.
I learnt SOOO much.
I did miss a few things, like catching up with a few customers (@ the Wedding Fair) and spending some more time at Cinefest. All-in-all it was all a fantastic experience and although not something I ever plan to repeat – I’m glad I did it!
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As part of my work for CinefestOZ 2015, I Created some bespoke artwork and activities for two children’s workshops. Both workshops were based around two brand new Aussie flicks, “Blinky Bill” and “Oddball“.
Today I wanted to share the artwork I made for the “Blinky Bill” workshop. One for the kiddies and one for anyone (old & young) who just loves to colour in.
Blinky’s Floating Face
At the workshop, I encouraged the children to
- give Blinky a body
- use as much colour as like
- put Blinky in some of the landscape from the movie
Here’s my 5 minute version . . . . . .
Here’s the blank copy . . . . .
Blinky Maze Colouring In
For this workshop I Created a piece of work that was divided into four quarters – each quarter used a part of the landscape from the movie to Create the artwork
- Boulders & Stones
- Kangaroo Paws & Banksias
Choose your favourite section and colour to your hearts content.
I hope that you enjoy!