One A Day 24/365 Composition with pipe clamp hose and pot.

23/365 Composition with pipe clamp hose and pot. I'm hanging out in a treasure trove today. Canal road film centre where I have a little bit of temporary rented workshop space. The place is PERfECt for finding stuff. This composition was the result of a quick trip to the loo. I should come here more often! #oneaday #patersononeaday

I’m hanging out in a treasure trove today. Canal road film centre where I have a little bit of temporary rented workshop space. The place is PERfECt for finding stuff. This composition was the result of a quick trip to the loo. I should come here more often!

Most of the day I’ve been rolling rolling rolling these little lovely bundles up.

Most of the day I've been rolling rolling rolling these little lovely bundles up.  The post office cut off is 4.30 round these parts and I made it by the skin of my teeth. All gone now winging their way across country except for a few extras left behind - 2 cool col bundles and 3 warm ones. $15 ea. Who would like to claim them?

The post office cut off is 4.30 round these parts and I made it by the skin of my teeth. All gone now winging their way across country except for a few extras left behind – 2 cool col bundles and 3 warm ones. $15 ea. Who would like to claim them?

The old fashioned way.

Today's job is recutting the artwork for my Pod design. The old screen was breaking down and the original film was damaged so I got out the ruby lith  film to make a new one. It's old fashioned and laborious but I love working with ruby when I can avoid working on the computer. And the grid underneath was given to me by Tony @wellspotted about 19 years ago - an old Mambo  piece of equipment that was getting thrown away. And I'm still using it Tony. How about that eh?

Today’s job is recutting the artwork for my Pod design. The old screen was breaking down and the original film was damaged so I got out the ruby lith film to make a new one. It’s old fashioned and laborious but I love working with ruby when I can avoid working on the computer. And the grid underneath was given to me by Tony @wellspotted about 19 years ago – an old Mambo ┬ápiece of equipment that was getting thrown away. And I’m still using it, Tony. How about that eh?