A quick and dirty book made from one of the A1drawings I made on Dionne Swift's course. To construct it you fold the paper in half lengthways, into quarters widthways, and then cut three quarters of the way up the lengthways fold. The advantage of this is that the paper can still be opened out to full size. I have found more complex versions called accordion books, snake books, ox plow books or boustrephodon books - take your pick.
After I'd made it, I realised I didn't need two pieces of string to tie it together, but I rather like the look of the result.
I may do the same with the remaining drawings, as it makes an easier way to store them. And each one will use two of my
large humungous pile of book mailers, which has to be a good thing. (My mother hoarded plastic bags, I hoard cardboard. Amongst other things.)
I also managed to have a quick go at the second week of Dionne's course.
Inspirational drawing on the left, two sides of the Embellished and sttiched version on the right. Being me, I think it needs some colour - preferably red. (Note to self: try using some other colour with black and white. You know it makes sense.)
Thanks to Sandy for saying I make her laugh. That is sometimes my intention.