Cuttlestack by Meg Lyman
About 4.5×9.5″ gouache and ink on hot press
What do you get when you cross a Meg with a week-long meeting and gridded paper? Prolific doodling of geometrical animals, of course. I drew rectangular creatures of all phyla, but the first one I painted had to be a stack of cephalopods.
Fun fact: this painting makes me think of semáforo, one of the few Spanish vocabulary words I remember. Not particularly useful, but one of the coolest sounding words ever.