Funny enough, cherry flavored bubbles actually have a little something to do with this project post. Cherry is my favorite flavor, but would I advise actually eating the bubbles even if the bottle clearly marked “EDIBLE”? No. Not even if the fine print read: “Really. We promise. You can eat this product.”
Thank you, but no thank you, misguided advertisement. That idea ranks up there with edible crayons. Wow. Members of modern day society are real go-getters; we have a knack for turning CAN’T into CAN. I just wish we’d all channel that energy elsewhere instead of convincing our children that the purple one really does taste like grape. Guess what I won’t be doing while mankind is riding this train (wreck) of thought? Procreating.
Besides, do you know how utterly ridiculous you’d look trying to catch every edible bubble in the park with your face?
But I digress. For this Design I project I really needed to isolate my concentration. See what I did there?
Isolation & Concentration.
Two different concepts, but both orbit around the planet Focal Point.
I made up two different designs to represent each. And, you know what, I actually managed to finish it in class. Sky was the limit with these designs, I realize; however, like I pointed out in the pun located above I wanted to isolate my concentration. I have a tendency to take far, far too much time over thinking projects — throw in afterwards a dash of “procrastination” and you have a recipe for, well… nothing.
So I chose a theme today and stuck to it. I strictly let the stencil Professor Waldvogel provided be my guide. And that guide was, you must have guessed it by now: cherries and bubbles.
Did you think I was fooling you up there, audience? Please. Now trust me and get your tongue away from that light socket; they haven’t yet invented something to make that okay.