Sunday, 25 January 2015

#C2C15: Spots in Time

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Spots of Time
Who, me, literal?

The most recent Cover 2 Cover sketchbook was a challenging one. "Spots in Time" refers to a Wordsworth poem, and the brief was to investigate transience and the passage of time, with reference to personal memories and the natural world.

So I decided, reluctantly, to leave science fiction and time travel out of it.

The next exchange is a week tomorrow. I wonder what theme I'll get ...


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The Day the Future Changed
It did. And that's all that I'm saying.
My only double page spread in this book.

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Tree Rings
Because they represent a succession of moments in time

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Dandelion Clock

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Music, learning and practice

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A moment that never was 

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A way to capture those spots of time

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Reference to Great Expectations and bad housekeeping

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"Time and Tide" doesn't really refer to waves, but it's a nice saying and the picture does represent a spot of time. A spot spent watching the waves at Portreath... mesmerising.

I'm really annoyed that I put an 's' in 'waits'. 

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