Saturday, September 12, 2015

Inspired Spirograph Kitty


Welcome to this week’s gallery tour with CK, the famous cat artist and curator. I’m joining the Caturday Art Blog Hop, created and hosted by Athena and Marie. You too can put on your virtual smock, get some virtual paints and join the fun. As you can see from my works below, you don’t have to put too artistic. Stop by and admire the more creative artwork in this week’s art blog hop gallery.

When TW was a kid, she had a toy called a Spirograph. It wasn’t a fun toy like a catnip shmousy or a wand toy. It was more a creative toy and even though TW lacked creativity, she loved it. We recently found an online site which is similar to the spirograph called Inspirograph which is where we created this week’s art. We didn’t have much time to play with it since every one of our posts this week contained art images of some sort. We added frames in Pizap.

It took awhile to figure it out. TW hopes to have more time to play with it but I told her not to hold her breath. I have more projects for her to do first like my blogoversary.

Spirograph Kitty



I can’t think of names for the last two creative masterpieces. Maybe you can help me. Let me know in the comments what you would call them. Try to be nice. TW has a very thin skin. MOL!

30 comments:

  1. We almost forgot about spirographs... Very cool art ! Purrs

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  2. I love the art image of Spirograph Kitty! So cool!
    Maybe the last two can be called Star and Moon :-)

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  3. My Dad says he remembers Spirograph too, but I think he did his on the wall of the cave MOL!

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  4. Spirographing just made you more stunning!

    Thanks fur your Gotcha Day wishes for Chopin!

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  5. You look even lovelier as a spirograph kitty.

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    1. The lady remembers Spirograph very well! She's never been creative or artistic but loved playing with it. I really like how you took the artwork and put them on the wall behind you!

      I'm not sure about titles. Day and Night?

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  6. That's cool...we need to check that site out. Your Spirograph kitty photo is fabulous!

    The Florida Furkids

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  7. That looks really cool! Will check it out :)

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  8. That's cool! The Staff remembers Spirograph and even had one pre Noah! I think you should name the first one Nigel and the second one Monty! ;)

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  9. Oh yes our Mom sure does remember the Spirograph!
    CK your artwork is gorgeous as it always is!

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  10. Those awe weally cool CK. Weez not fink of any names eever, so maybe she kuld just call them da unnamed works. MOL Have a gweat weekend.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  11. Very cool. How about Black Hole for the last one?

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  12. You hit the creativity button CK. The first one should be called, "Freedom." Just look at the relaxed swirls. The last one is similar but is done while you were in a darker mood. Very well done.

    Kitty kisses,

    Kali

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  13. I had almost an OCD thing going as a kid with Spirograph. It was just…mind-blowing somehow. I love your pictures and I thank you for the great memory.

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  14. Hmmm, we think TW has a good imagination. Jan would never have figured out how to use that. Or what to design with it. Looks like fun art.

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  15. The mom loved her spirograph when she was a kid, too.

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  16. Mom remembers this fondly and even using nails and string or wire to create similar images. Mom says you should call these: Pastel Flowers and Celebration Web. Well done! XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  17. I have to be honest...when I saw you mention spirograph on FB I had to look up what it was!!! Guess I'm just not old enough MOL!!! *ducking away*

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  18. That looks like it was a lot of fun! (and you're right, a total human time waster, too - HA - when they could be buying bonito flakes or wand toys, or ... well YOU know....giving scritches, etc)

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  19. I had a spirograph- it was lots of fun. Thank you for the kind words you left on my blog for the loss of Lucy.

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  20. Oh man! Our human loved her Spirograph (yes, she is that ancient) and now she wants to use one again! So much fun! Purrs from Deb and the Zee/Zoey kitties

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  21. Those are some lovely art spirals behind you. You know they have brought the spirograph back for kiddies these days. My assistant loved them as a kid and now my 10 year old human sister has one, too.

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  22. Hiya, CK!

    Our humans LOVED Spirograph as kids. Inspirograph brought back so many fun memories! We think a good title for that last piece might be, "Hendrix's ball of yarn."

    Hugs,

    Moosey, Gracie and Zoe

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  23. My mom had spirograph when she was young. She remembers the long bars and the circles and the hoops, and the little pins you used to tack the pieces onto your paper. The last one looks like a spiro-web, or maybe a spiro-dream catcher.

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  24. HA! My Human found that from reddit a couple weeks ago! TW is a regular Picasso compared to my Human who mostly made a big ole ugly mess. She needs to practice. You, as always, look more stunning than ANY spirograph!

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  25. Wow, such cool art CK...love it!

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  26. My mom-person thought it was FUN to play with the spirographs :)
    Any art looks grreat when you are in it CK !!

    XOXO

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