Wednesday, August 01, 2012

WOYWW - 165

Another Wednesday, another look at my workdesk. This week I'm at a different desk than last What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday. I'm transferring some pictures to free up some space on my SD cards and putting some Geocaches into my GPS for some Geocaching fun! Not much creativity going on, but you can see my pencil box (with all types of writing/drawing instruments and other tools) and a flyer that came with my sketchbook for the Sketchbook Project (which I have yet to start - but I will post pictures when I do!).


This picture shows more of my desk - and all the paper sculptures on it (plus some Zentangle and Polaroid glimpses too).

I decided to continue with the artsy desk photographs, so here is one with all the colors inverted.


Thanks for visiting my desk! 

14 comments:

  1. OOh you're tech savvy...I can tell therefore, that you're much younger than me! How's that for using supplied information! Will be interested to see your Sketchbook project progress, bet you'll love it.

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    1. Yup, I'm a relatively young'un...you should see my three-year old brother, though - once he made a purchase on the iPad. He can navigate the Netflix app like a pro, and the DVD player is no problem! When you grow up using it, it becomes ingrained, I guess.

      I can't wait to start my Sketchbook - I must complete my illustration project first, though!

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  2. I see you came back for more from last week, well done. like the look of your paper sculptures. francesca #92

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  3. cool images! i have no idea how to manipulate digitally, so i'm always in awe of any who can!
    happy WOYWW :)
    no. 67

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    1. I simply downloaded Picasa, a free image editing program from Google (at least I believe it's by Google). It's a fun program with lots of creative filters like the reverse colors that I used. Anyway, thanks for the comment!

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  4. Great desk, Zach - love the arty inverted colours one! Your paper sculptures are amazing.

    Thanks for your comment. Yay for upcycling! I'm thinking of doing some blog posts about it, to encourage people not to bin things without thinking of how they could make something beautiful from them instead!

    Happy WOYWW,
    Shoshi #7

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    1. Sounds like a great idea - I'll be looking forward to that series now!

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  5. Wow, that's some impressive hi tech stuff Zach. Great paper sculptures, happy Wednesday, Jo x

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  6. Cool paper sculptures. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Very nice. Cool imagery. Can't see the zentangles, will come back later and see if anything happening
    Famfa 33

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  8. Oh my children do geocaches they love it, my son has a 4 wheel drive so likes the ones that are a bit out of the ordinary. My daughter and her boyfriend get a lot when they are travelling around in the cities. I started them off a few years ago when I found there was one just near our house. They love that they can do it with there iphones. It looked like such a fun thing to do, now they are finding them all the time. Love the inverted photo of your desk. Sandy :)

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    1. Thanks for the comment! Geocaching is very fun - I knew I would get someone who knew what I was talking about! Papercraft on!

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  9. All sounds very technical - I'm so impressed! I'm hopeless at all that stuff! Have a fab week xx #103

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  10. Wow...you are into technology...i am so envious. I am rubbish with that but would like to learn:)

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