I'm running behind on the index card challenge (and #blogjune too), as I really needed a few days off after the semester finished. I'm not really worried about trying to catch up or keep up, though, as long as I just keep going.

To that end, I've started carrying some basic art supplies around with me, and several of the cards in this week's batch have been started or finished when I've find tiny pockets of spare time. Some of the cards were started while I was waiting for a lift, and then finished later at home. Another one was started during a class when we experimented with paint and texture (I think the teacher was a bit surprised when I declined the offer of a stretched canvas and got out a pack of index cards instead!).

Index-Card-A-Day (#ICAD) 2016 Week 3 round up

These cards were a lot of fun to create. I especially like the centre card with the colourful circles and black lines. My other favourite from this batch is the orange card covered in eyes - I've been playing around with a variety of simple eye shapes and designs, and this was a fun way to lay them out. Some new media too, with paper collage and neon pencils.

All of my index cards for the Index-Card-A-Day challenge (#ICAD2016) are posted on Flickr, Instagram and Tumblr individually as I create them.