12/365: Use a dollar as your medium today.  

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Her presidency was epic.

Who's that hiding in there?
There! Behind the teapot!
It's an adorable little robot! I wonder who made him :D

Cheesey always gets a part of his body in every photo.
Pattern De Fable. See how many Fables you can find!

10/365: Use your non-dominant hand on this project.  

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This page was entirely drawn and colored with my left hand. Finn is in there because I enjoy his company.
Ben's Left Bot. He cheated a little :D

Inspiration: Samurai Couture from Givenchy  

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Nice To Look At: Pink Spiral Staircase  

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9/365: Use water as your inspiration today.  

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Fable visits Atlantis...not impressed. (Photoshop)

8/365: Transform an old book by cutting, gluing, etc.  

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Work in Progress!

7/365: Make something with fruit.  

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Ben seems to be on a terrifying robot kick with these projects.
Here is his Banana-Fetusbot in its Cryogenic Chamber. It now haunts my dreams.
I made a Fablemelon out of a chubby cantaloupe.
Blueberry eyes, little strawberry ears, and a kumquat rind tail.

6/365: Use a stencil in your project.  

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Ben and I went for a walk.
Ben got right to work, collecting vines and sticks.
Ben picked a tree, that happened to have a resident terror-spider. I kept an eye on this guy.
I made a big heart out of leaves in the path.
Right after I finished making the heart, a little girl and her mom walked by. The little girl said "I WANT TO MAKE A HEART TOO!" so her mother helped her collect some leaves to make a tiny heart down the path from mine.
I made a little "teepee" for "Fables" to live in :)
Ben and I went hunting around for a head for his nature-bot. He built a pretty sturdy frame, added some eyes as a finishing touch, and the result...
was ABSOLUTE terror. It looked like something the KKK would burn, or some sort of Master Shake nightmare.
We couldn't leave TerrorCrow to frighten anyone (or cause anyone to call the cops about the fascist hippies making hearts and clan-bots in the forest) so after some laughs we tore him down.

Marjorie MillerQueen of the Night, 1931.

For No Good Reason: Brandon Boyd with a Mustache and a Cat.  

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I have a ton of books. Somewhere between 200 and a bazillion. I took a picture of different fonts found on book titles and made a quick collage of Fable's name. It is 10% cute, 90% ransom letter from a rapist. I will probably revisit this collection idea later when I'm not tired and Fable isn't destroying anything we set up on the floor.

Ben was a bit more creative and adventurous, using his old video game collection to create a giant robot on the floor. He is awesome and I have dubbed him Shredder Fingers.

He SHREDS!

Stamps carved from a potato, then printed with Acrylic paint.
Fable's silhouette (sort of hehe)
Benjamin carving his potato. He kept eating pieces.
Caveman robot. THE FUTURE IS NOW!!

Carvin' mah potato!