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Another wonderful lesson, filled with examples and ideas …. thank you! nancy
You reminded me of the joy in serendipity, in innocence, in Being. Thank you, friend, I needed that 😉
Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! I could (and will!) come back to this over and over again!
Wonderful, wonderful. You leave me scrambling for my sketchbook. Again, thank you so much.
Mahvelous, Madame Jennifer!
Awesome artwork!!! I especially love the tools drawing and the free-ness of the girls with guitars!!! So fun and beautiful. 🙂 TFS!
I need more than a week for all this inspiration … and have not yet finished the chairs of my life. However I am realizing just how much time I spend in those chairs and perhaps it is time to set my butt down on the sand of the beach, or a picnic bench at a park and let those be my drawing spots! Thanks for the inspiration.
Forgot to link my chairs …
Thank you one and all! And Cat, I love those chairs!!
This lesson is harder than the last because yes, I think my surroundings are boring and drawing from memory or drawing my thoughts sounds impossible yet I know those are just the tings I need to do. Off to see what I can do.
Ha! I did it without thinking I was doing it! I had scanned in a recipe my daughter wanted so took the opportunity to print it out and put it in my journal making an Easter page with it. Part real life (the recipe) and part imagination (the drawing). Anyone can see it here. Yay!
And Happy Easter everyone!
Awww… I didn’t draw a chair… I didn’t have the time to do so(plus I was sitting on it the whole time). This looks like an awesome lesson yet again, and I guess I sorta did this with my last sketch ^^ Happy Easter!
So much to think about in this post, but using a net to catch your creative ideas is great!
looove the pumpkin sketch – such an explosion of colour and line!!
finally managed to get the blog awards on my blog today-next to post about it-catching up slowly-wow-you have such creative energy. very inspiring. and you are so happy. it’s a pleasure to read your blog and view your fabulous drawings/paintings/collage…