Papercraft process Part II - My Actifit Report Card: July 15 2022
Continuing with the diy ♻️ paper learning process. Meeting some difficulties related to materials not all working as in the good old movies.
Transferring my primordial sheets of pulp from one surface to another takes a lot of casualties.
Nevertheless, I waste more time...or I use it for R&D purposes, and I move on.
I think I lost this one.
I still have something cooking, though.
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Hey that's neat! What are the materials you're using? (I probably missed a post - I've missed a couple weeks). I once did the same using leftover crayon wrapper papers. That was a lot of work for very little payout, but it was neat.
Aye, very little, indeed, but it's a skill that shall take care of us always having paper for watercolors, etc. of course, first I have to get to making nice watercolor quality.
I use regular printing paper that was printed on. In the office. Lots of it gets used for a day and then it's useless the next day since we got those things called computers where the data is easier to find next time you need it. And after the reports get transferred, the originals get thrown away, used as fire starters, etc.
Also, newspapers, bad sketches, notebook entries gone wrong or ugly...
I have not yet made a detailed report that could teach the basics to anybody interested, though.