Bet he never got beat up as a kid. I mean, who is stupid enough to beat on a kid whose mom is crazy enough to give her son a badass name like Cyclone?
- Thick paper. I highly suggest watercolor paper, but anything sturdy will work.
- Rubber cement. Duh.
- Rubber cement eraser.
- Any sort of water based paint. I’m using diluted gouache here, you use whatever you have on hand. The old markers-and-a-spray-bottle trick works well too.
It’s not squares and grids plaid, it’s blobs and clouds plaid. I should mention, I call this “plaid painting” because that’s what Mrs. Bellafonte told me it was called back in that day, but you can call it whatever you want. Check out Flamingo Scraps to see a more traditional sort of plaid –nifty stuff. You can see how easy it would be to layer grids over and over, making new shapes and lines and grids….someone smart would probably try to squeeze a math lesson in there, but I urge you to resist. Resist the math!
Have fun 🙂