Actually the first thing we did was cut a strip from a huge sheet of Stonehenge paper and make marks using only your finger. This is the piece I did.
I used my finger tips, the ball, and the sides of my finger as well as dragging the India ink. Both sides were covered in marks. Later I watercolor painted a wash over both sides.
We laid out strips end to end across the driveway and I filmed it until they blew away. You can hear how windy it was that day.
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