Another late post from LAST summer!
For our Black, White, and One Color class with Nathan Fox, we were told to choose a spot color of our choice (as long as it had narrative and symbolic meaning that we could explain) and use the original character we developed throughout the summer to tell a short story with that color. At this point our characters were still in the silhouette stage, to make sure focus remained on the wide strokes we could make with just body language and shape rather than more specific details like face and hair color.
My character, little humanoid bug creature Nil, has a nice, quiet day rudely interrupted by the weather...but she wastes little time in showing how her resourcefulness enables her to regain control, despite her problems being much larger than tiny her.
Materials used: square glass vessel, balsa and pine wood, acrylic paint, tacky glue, polymer clay, paper