I finished only three sculptures this weekend. That is pathetic given that we had a three day weekend this weekend. I guess the designs were a little more challenging than normal. And I did do a few housekeeping chores that needed to be done. But I really had three whole days where I could let my creative fire loose on the world...and All I have to show are three designs. BLA!
Well at least they are finished. I was worried I was not going to complete the ancient dragon in time for work tomorrow. By the way, ACT had presidents day off! I have never had presidents day off from work. Heck, I usually had to work on most holidays! It is nice to work for a place that celebrates the obscure holidays that only the US Postal Service even acknowledges!
I'm not sure why ACT "celebrates" ( or simply 'observes') Presidents day, but my theory is that Iowa School are closed on this day, and ACT, being a part of academia, follows the education crowd and gives their employees a day to recover. Then again, According to Larry's Creative zone, The schools in Des Moines were still open for business today. Well, what do I know? I'm just a simple origami Artist.
Speaking of Origami: The finished bulldog and dragons are here on display. I had planned to fold up another bulldog design, but time was in short supply. This one apparently likes shoes...and cats.
As for the dragons, well the ancient dragon did not turn out as well as the previous one. However, he isn't all that bad. And he is the third one that has been successfully completed! Not had out of five attempts! Paper makes a huge difference in the folding process. I still think that the red wrapping paper is not the best choice, so there is still room to improve.
Well, I hope everyone had a great Presidents Day. And if you are starting the work week, I hope things go swimmingly for you for the remainder. As for me, the project at ACT has about three more days of scoring and then I will find myself with a surplus of time to fold and start up that Etsy shop that Cheryl has been bugging me to create. So Much to do....so little time.