We found these cans on the rims over looking a little ghost town called Hillsboro (refs. Included). I am assuming they have about 400 more years till they are gone.
Metal cans take 200-500yrs to decompose. We found these cans on the rims overlooking a little ghost town called Hillsboro (refs. Included). I am assuming they have about 400 more years till they are gone.
You are probably wondering why am I drawing cans?
These are my personal projects.
I decided to work it into my schedule this week, to finish up my can landscape I started a few month ago. Yesterday I put on the finally touches including a little more acrylic paint with the plant life. Drew up the single can after. Spent way to much time thinking about green drops, blue sky, or red blobs. Regardless I love them both, but my favorite is the single can. Everything about it was fun and the best part was putting the shadow in at the end and the sky. The purples in the rust are what drew me into the cans in the first place. It’s just so subtle.
What else is interesting about the cans?
There’s probably lead in the cans.
They use to solder cans with lead back in the day. Actually, everything was made with lead and I feel comfortable saying that lead (Pb) helped build us just like Pb+j’s when we were kids.
Sometimes you need to view things from a different perspective.
I like using mirrors.
You should try using a mirror if you haven’t used a mirror. Phone camera too and flipping the perspective. Sometimes eyes play tricks. Everyone has tricky eyes after a while.
Nothing can’t be tried and combinations are encouraged.