ATC’s from Leftovers

Sometimes you have a scrap of something you just know will come in handy, or is too good to let go of. It waits around until its turn comes. Here are a couple of examples.

This animal was originally just a random ink blob surrounding an odd-shaped white section (the head part). I immediately saw it as a head, but didn’t get around to doing anything with it until one night, the scrap fell out of my leftover box. I got out my pen and made him a body. Next stop – ATC.

ATC sheep-like animal 4-2001

This is a two for one leftover meal – the card was painted for another purpose but not used, and the legs were a try-out sketch for a bigger drawing. Put them together and here you have another ATC.

ATC legs on a red background 4-2002

6 thoughts on “ATC’s from Leftovers

        1. Claudia McGill Post author

          A big thrill for us in childhood was when we went to the department store and to pass time while my mother shopped (for what seemed like FOREVER) we could go to the tri-fold mirrors and dance around and enjoy the multiplicity of …us!

        2. memadtwo

          In Chinatown there’s a restaurant we used to frequent in another lifetime that had a multiplicity of mirrors on the wall. You could follow yourself forever.

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