I don't have a title for this yet. I quite like it, and the more I look at it, the more I realize that it does have a certain Le Petit Prince charm, as my prof noted. It's a great book, if you haven't read it. It's my favourite story, one that gets better the older you grow.
Cotton fabric, acrylic, mylar, Home Depot paint sample chips, thread, wax. I had an incident where I accidentally set my painting on fire when I was melting the wax. Horrible, but I saved it, and febrezed it until it no longer smelled of smoke.
If I have the time, I'll eventually install the piece like what I have in mind. The first layer is supposed to hang from the ceiling, so that it is detached from the canvas surface.
I was thinking of importing my photos into Photoshop and adjusting the tone, but I figured that would really show the bastardization of traditional photography. So I present them in their original forms, sometimes over exposed, sometimes under, sometimes just plain ol' grey.