|It's Volcano Day...|
So, if you are anything like us sisters, you love all things paper--especially if they have to do with some old school correspondence (letter writing and such). But if you are specifically like me, you find that you just don't follow through, for instance my Christmas/New Years cards just went in the mail today. So when I send out something I try to actually put a little love, blood, and time into it...
This is a variation of a project I have had in mind for a while. I just realized one day that I had forgotten most of what I knew about Plate Tectonics, and I had to take action. Stay tuned for the original idea from which this morphed...
I wanted these cards to be extra fun so I decided to cut basic silhouettes on the top. You don't have to do this but be warned your cards may not be as fun as mine.
Then I used my handy colored pencils to color it in, continue cutting and coloring each card to taste.
As this is the second take on this post I wanted to use the opportunity to represent a more robust array of tectonic boundaries and different subduction zones. I don't have a Transform boundary because that's the one I live on and I don't want to acknowledge it. Seems rational, right?
|Oceanic-Oceanic Convergent boundary (subduction|
|Now it's just an island.|
|Oceanic-Continental Convergence boundary (Subduction zone)|
|Continental-Continental Convergence boundary (Subduction zone)|
|Continental-Continental Convergence boundary (Collision)|
Now I just need to do some corresponding!