Which is why I decided to repair them. I still love them, and the idea of the cartoon shoes. They just need a little TLC, that's all. So, putting my near-obsession with the Olympics on hold, I paused the TV and headed outside.
The Olympics are just amazing; I wish I had some iota of talent in the gymnastics area. Alas, even my cartwheel is a bit sketchy, not to mention the enumerable times I have crashed, tumbling to the ground as I attempted, yet again, to do a front walk-over/front hand spring.
Anyway! Back to the shoes; I had a bit more luck with them than with my ill-fated love affair with tumbling.
As I had recovered the top, I also had to apply a new 'Cartoon' header, as I really like how that tied the whole shoe together.
I often get distracted by reflections. Any sort will catch my eye, from imperfect shadows, to sunglasses impersonating mirrors. I was watching Friends when the bottle I was drinking from caught my eye.
This was actually a reflection from my sunglasses. I love how the picture of the house is overlaid with the texture and distortion from the lenses.
These two pictures are just shadows from my plastic cut. I loved, however, just how crisp they were. They were just shadows, but they really can stand on their own, with all the detail they have.
Well, I'm back to watching the Olympics! As always, thanks for reading :)