Friday, April 3, 2009

QOTD

"Mom, sugar is kind of like milk. If you get sugar in your eye it is itchy, just like if you get milk in your eye." - Deacon


And the Question of the Day:

If you had to pick one art tool with which to express your picture coloring creativity for the rest of your life, what would you pick?

Markers, crayons, colored pencils, chalk, paint? Something else?

6 comments:

Out of color game for awhile... said...

I'm a big fan of good colored pencils.

Matt said...

I really like colored pencils, but if I could only choose one forever it'd probably be crayons - the most versatile of the bunch. You can make a range of things that look like a kid made it to impressive works of art (http://bit.ly/17vwtz)... I'm more on the "kid" end of that spectrum.
Chalk would be similar, by my OCD side probably couldn't handle the mess.

Billi Jo said...

Paints all the way…only problem is they would probably stay in the packaging they arrived in…I admire paints for being the truest to their original color and the versatility to mix and blend into an array of many different colors, but they make such an extreme mess, and require so much clean up, that they are indeed the last color medium I reach for.

Karla said...

I like colored pencils..but they break more often...so I might choose crayons...

Heather of the EO said...

Crayons! Love the waxiness. (That's totally a word!)

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