I’m very much not, but neither am I Lex Luthor I guess… Hey ho.
But brilliant daughter made me this to say well done for doing a shrink plastic session with LOADS of kids, despite the fact that I couldn’t have done it without her and her cousin helping out (so many kids! Aaargh!! but was loads of fun as they always are at the ‘Leccy).
Also did a small group making consequence characters and had to make one to show them what they might look like… Hence, of course, Mar-One – the robotic Marmite on toast maker:
… and popped into the Electric Theatre to drop in the final piece of what we did – a large montage picture that everyone contributed to and made consequence characters named after all of the ‘Leccy staff…
Could say loads, shan’t, just yet. Tired (still) and apart from the normal ‘kids are brilliant aren’t they?’ post I can’t add any more to what I normally say about a session. The Electric Theatre remains as lovely a venue to work in as it ever is, the staff are wonderful, the kids were brilliant and the 5 hour session and two 2 hours sessions flew by in a happy and energetic cloud of exuberant creativity.
As always makes me happy to do, working with young people doing creative drawing things is always a magical thing to be involved with, especially when shrink plastic is involved…
So, anyway, we made shrink plastic consequences characters, as part of what we did during the sessions, and that was lovely too… even if the brief was to create scary monsters to be given to the ‘Leccy staff.