However, as the only chair that I can sit in is my craft room one, then, I decided to have a bit of a play.
Many of us are fascinated by this subject and the power that a mark in the earth, onto paper, onto a person can influence our lives.
I began by selecting some mop up paper. In fact, it is from a paper palette page that I used recently to mix PA fresco paints onto for a colour mixing project. It was a shame to screw them up, so I dabbed with a piece of copy paper to repeat pattern the coloured blobs.
I printed with my home made stamps onto the colourful background using black archival ink.
Next, I cut the rectangles more or less the same size. Couldn't use my paper cutter as couldn't bend over it! I arranged them onto A4 black card.
To finish off, I added some doodling with a White Signo Uniball pen.
Not back for an old crock fuzzed up with opiates....maybe I should do this more often?
I shall enter this into the Paperartsy Challenge, Making Marks.