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The Drawing Script

The Drawing Script

Quickposes: online gesture drawing tool Step by Step Art Journaling  - daisy yellow - create explore paint "The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity. The fears are paper tigers. You can do anything you decide to do. You can act to change and control your life; and the procedure, the process is its own reward."~Amelia Earhart I've secretly been building a series of step-by-step art journaling posts revolving around the idea that art journaling isn't one easily defined concept. I've pulled together everything in one handy dandy post. Step #125: The Blank PageStep #137: Prepare PaperStep #167: Time for ArtStep #239: Abstract BackgroundsStep #290: Creative IdeasStep #399: Art SuppliesStep #414: EphemeraStep #516: Journaling & WritingStep #574: Create Journal FodderStep #615: Organize Art SuppliesStep #671: Document Your ProcessStep #716: Date Your ArtStep #847: Title Your ArtStep #887: Photograph Your ProcessStep #916: Photograph Your Art The big picture?

Ape on the Moon: Contemporary Visual Culture Figure Drawing References Phizzychick For just over 2 weeks I have been travelling around the USA with my bloke, we arrived home on Friday. When Rackycoo sent me this wonderful bingo card journal, I knew it would be perfect for all the nick-nacks and paper things I would collect along the way. The pages contain a mix of found objects, collected items and a few things from my stash. I painted the pages before I left so things wouldn't get too messy, but pretty much all of the collaging was done whilst I was away, when I was sat having coffee, in the hotel or train :D Front of book: The gubbins inside, some of which was hard to scan since it's about 4 inches thick now! Title page. San Francisco Our hotel, the pier, lunch at Hard Rock, old fortune telling machines, tour of the submarine, picked up a copy of The Onion The Pier, Cartoon Art Museum, Book Arts exhibition at the library, strawberry melon juice drink, lunch in China Town. Napa Valley wine tasting Walking around Yosemite National Park We camped in Yosemite for 2 nights.

a bourbon for silvia SenshiStock (Sakky) on deviantART Fortune Teller {Craft Today’s post is a little something from my childhood. At school we often used to write letters and doodle in our notebooks to pass the time during boring classes. Every now again we’d be more elaborate in our “crafts” and would make decorated fortune tellers. This simple origami game has delighted kids for years and in America, where I grew up, we went so far as to call them “cootie catchers”. With kids back to school this week and Valentine’s Day looming, I thought it was a great time to remind people of this sweet and simple project, suitable for all ages. This week I’ve created fortune tellers in pink, red and black. And if you’re planning to host a little Valentine’s soiree, these make great ice-breakers when placed at each table-setting. Happy Crafting!

{ LETZTE AUSFAHRT - PARADIES. } In today’s technological age – is heavy manual labour disappearing or is it just becoming invisible?Physical work was once celebrated with hymns of praise. But workers today must be content with encouraging one another that their hard work is better than no work at all.This series looks at the state of physical work in today’s world. Work that is dreary, demanding and at time dangerous.