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Friday, January 23, 2009

working to the music

red dots

"At last".
The work is flowing effortlessly and it's been very enjoyable. Tyvek is a source of wonder as i've discovered you don't really need to distress it to make it work. Mind you i like the distressed look, but somehow this does not go with my mother in law. And as all of you who read this blog sense it , yes, this series is about her.

There are other ideas to work on and for now they're on the back burner as i need time to study Nihongo.The good news is that i have a feeling we're only studying kanjies covered in the Noken test. No exoticalia such as to go up to Tokyo or volcanic rock. The bad news is that i miss my former classmates a lot. They were a very special lot and incredibly funny and we were on the same wave length.. And i miss Sensei too. He is such a good teacher. i think that next year i'm going back to his academic arms :-)


neki desu



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5 comments:

  1. the red dots are incredible here and yes i understood the theme here. effortlessly flowing is a great feeling, yes? happens somewhere in the heart.
    nothing like a good teacher. i understand that too.

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  2. I agree with Jude - love the red dots with the black and the dots with the lace in general. Enjoy your Japanese even without volcanic rock. I'm full of admiration.

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  3. I've wanted to try tyvek too. this piece is a nice statement. When you find a good teacher, stick to him!

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  4. Ah yes, dots. I love this piece. Happy and sad all together.

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