The 'shear wave' drawing became a paddle which I slapped into a sheet of clay.
Nice little bit of the carved texture from the Dremel Tool shows up in the clay shard.
I liked the small text fragment from the 'shear wave' enough that I pressed it into several different drawings.
From time-to-time in my drawings and my painted constructions, you can find an abstracted stop light based on some old blind contour drawings I made ages ago.
It's also a wire drawing.......
.......and stamped in clay.
With just a slight change to 'Mr. Man' (Thank you, Kathy Bates/Annie Wilkes/Misery/Stephen King), Mr. Wonderful is in paddle form and ready to spring into action.
Sometimes I find the imprint(s) on the clay so intriguing, I redraw the image as it was translated into clay and back into a drawing. So this image below, was a drawing, became a carved paddle, then became a relief drawing in clay (seen above), and now back to a drawing.
This little drawing became a paddle.
That paddle then was used to smack some clay.
And of course, the revelation that 'Yum' spelled backwards is 'Muy'........Mind. Blown.