Alright, so a 35 foot scroll probably can't fit even in school for the presentation so my other alternative, which has been running around in my head for a while is a book. Now since my project has switched a bit to book/journal type format, how interesting would it be to make it a humungous book?It can either lie flat or stand on its side. Hum ho - then I need to make sure everything is solid and in order.
just have to find enough stiff material for the covers - that's over 3 feet wide and however long. I have to do some measurements, and may have to join up stag blanc or something. I am trying to avoid joining though. Any suggestions?
(Update: there's 4 x 8' hardboard sheets available.)
Should I use hardboard behind all? Hmm.
This is a 3x3 piece of brown paper with a bristol board middle... just as a sample. I have been trying to work things through.
I also have to reinforce the back of the scroll itself. Of course this can be two sides and be standing on its side. That all depends on the museum space that I'm not sure I'm getting. Great! Apparently we have to draw for the spaces. Yikes. So does that mean only 1 piece can go in? I would rather this go than anything else really. Design - yuck. Too much trouble anyway.
So about my final art studio project. It's going to be a combination pillow book scroll, accordion art book with painting, words and poetry. The readability is another story altogether. It's a personal journey, a grounding, a healing process and mental vomit. I have no name for it yet though. Hmm. Anyways it's coming together. The next 4 weeks looks hellish. Whee!
As for drawing, I've been disillusioned - I'm going to go with that line Greer likes. Hmm. Need huge sheets of good paper. They don't have it! Argh!