Sorry for my babble.
I have enjoyed this module, writing blog posts. It feels weird that this is the last blog post about Extreme Colouring.
Get it? Because its a lion, a tiger and a bear… Haha? no ok. In our latest meeting, Egle brought these drawings that she’d recently done to the table. We all ‘ooed’ and ‘awed’ at her drawings and I felt as if although we all enjoyed drawing and colouring … Continue reading Lion, Tigers and Bears (oh my!)Continue reading
Ok so if you didn’t read my last blog post: You can read it here. It was very thought provoking for me… I decided to do some experiments since I’m very scientifical (wink wink). That’s definitely not a word but just go with it. The small experiment was conducted with four different people. I sent … Continue reading ‘Scientifical’ InvestigationsContinue reading
Whoever created that song…wow. Just wow. Shame on you. It’s strange though how we describe sadness as ‘being blue’. Red is usually associated with danger and green for envy. Why is this though? Is it possible human emotions are influenced by colour? Even when we wear different colours – we usually feel different things. If … Continue reading I’m Blue Da Ba Dee…Continue reading
Crep check, m8. Look at our wicked cool shoes bro. Egle’s shoe on the left and Fiona’s on the right. And there’s some shameless self-promo as well… I love this next photo because look at the concentration on Egle’s face. She is so invested in that trainer. “This trainer will be a goddamn masterpiece.” That’s … Continue reading Crep CheckContinue reading
HISTORY LESSON TIME! As a kid I’d always been into history and so I thought that, linking with the theme of The Extreme Colouring Squad, I’d tell you about the history of colouring. One of my favourite activities as a child was colouring. I remember I had a fairy colouring book and absolutely adored it. … Continue reading An Amateur History LessonContinue reading
The colouring book has been around for a while mostly for children’s usage however in recent years colouring books have been released aimed towards adults. One of these book The Extreme Colouring Squad drew in at the last meeting. This particular book is called Secret Garden and contains garden based drawings (obviously lol). One topic we … Continue reading The Rise of the Colouring BookContinue reading
As part of what seems like our ‘we’re going to draw on different things except paper’ meetings that started with face paints, we’re now drawing on T-shirts…. I mean which is pretty normal. We had tunes blasting, the poundland pens were out and surprising working. Although when it came to it, … Continue reading Graphic Tee’sContinue reading
This week, the extreme colouring squad decided that we’d be each others colouring books and paint on each other’s faces. We didn’t discover that anyone had any talents at face paints though and I didn’t have mine done. I was too uptight about being called out at work for looking like a idiot. Fiona looked … Continue reading Face PaintingContinue reading
That’s right. We shopped. We shopped good. So, we thought – and by we I mean the colouring squad and I – that in order to make our meeting exciting every week then we need to buy supplies for the weeks to come. After planning, we got a shopping list together and made our way … Continue reading Get in loser, we’re going shopping!Continue reading