wicked cool!your work totally goes on my top list of awesome art!
LOL it would have been awesome if you'd started with one colour of skittle and sucked them just enough to make them the desired gradient.Of course, that would take forever and would be very sticky... :P
I love it! Those look like Smarties, although I don't think Americans have the Canadian chocolates known as Smarties, do you? I know you have dusty little candies called Smarties, but they're not the same thing. At all!ANYhow: I was suspected of making a mask out of Skittles the other day, so this skull made me laugh. Mmmmm indeed!
Once again I'm amazed at the complexity you give to ordinary things. Excellent!
Thanks all!Keltie: We don't have chocolate Smarties here, but the title of this post is a hint as to the name of the material used.
I really like this one. I like how it holds the skull image on the grid. When I first looked at it without my glasses, I thought it was a cross-stitch piece. oh, keep my glasses on!
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Yes, I figured it was M&Ms if it wasn't Smarties, but haven't seen the Valentine's version of them around. I actually like them better than Smarties. I hope I don't lose my Canadian citizenship over that.
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