More like a grumble bunny, today’s Dougie 14.
Why? Why, listen up and I’ll tell you!
Thing 14: Make something microscopic.
The inherent flaw is who amongst us has the tools to achieve microscopic creative works? And let’s say you’re one of those rare artists who happens to have the tools for teeny-tiny work. Or perhaps you’re a dentist with a microscopic drill. There’s still the obstacle of photographic means to shoot such detail.
So while I appreciate the concept of the prompt as much as the next creative thinker, satisfying it simply isn’t feasible for the lot of us. For that, look to the famed micro sculptor Willard Wigan.
That’s a glued eyelash she’s standing on.
Now those are microscopic!
The rest of us’ll just hafta slum it …
Ingredients: thin wire and grains of freshly-cooked rice painted with watercolors (by moi).
A Willard Wigan it ain’t but it’ll do.