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Comic Strip Generator (Over 750 Toon Choices), A Custom Cartoon Maker One Comic Book Cel At A Time - Cartoon Generator, Send As Free Ecards & Mask Email (Hide Text) Convert to cartoon - Convert photo to cartoon - Cartoonize Me - Cartoonize today in art » 8 Drawing Exercises That Every Artist Should Practice Wire Drawing Exercise Example from save-janos.net – this example has been placed on a painted acrylic background With this exercise you are not going to be drawing at all. All you need is some wire and a pair of pliers with cutters. My favorite wire for this exercise is tie wire and you can get it almost any hardware store. The idea is to explore shapes and lines that you create by bending the wire. This exercise will force you to focus more on the line and less on the “drawing.” Non-dominant Hand Give your non-dominant hand a chance to shine. Draw Vertically you should be doing most of these drawing exercises vertically if you have an easel or drawing horse. Continuous Contour Line Drawing Examples from Draw and Paint Online A Continuous Contour Line Drawing is an exercise to help us focus on the line. Continuous Blind Contour Line Drawing Example from Anne Leuck Feldhaus If you enjoy the contour line exercise, then you should certainly try this one. Gesture Drawing Draw the Negative Space

timeout Click here for the full-sized map It's no secret that Londoners love a good map, particularly the lovely folks over at Mapping London blog (the clue is in the name). Thanks to their unfailing enthusiasm for all things map-related, they've managed to dig up a secret TfL tube map that was previously unavailable to the public until its existence was revealed by Freedom of Information request - and it's pretty damn cool. It's the geographically accurate TfL connections map, which might sound boring but bear with us. If you zoom in on central London, you can see that if there's one thing it ain't short on, it's public transport: But once you get out to the sticks in zone 6, you can see there's a lot of green spaces and, er, not a whole lot of transport options available: Embrace your inner tube map geek and explore the full map. Want more cool maps? And this kids' map belongs on every London-lover's wall.

THE AD GENERATOR Masterpiece Yourself How to Make Clothing Buttons from Shrink Plastic… This tutorial is an old one of mine that’s too good not to share again. Since posting the first time, I’ve had lots of questions about these buttons which will hopefully be answered in this revised post. Equipment Some handy notes: 1. The buttons. single hole, hole punch (like this one here). 2. 3. Okay.. lets get started! Tracing tips: You can use either coloured pencils or permanent pens. Words must be writted backwards in order to be readable. Shrinking the buttons: To shrink the buttons, you can use an oven or a heat gun (the kind used for embellishing). After the buttons have twisted and twirled, and are LYING FLAT, it’s time to take them out. Note: If the skrinking is taking too long, you may need to turn your oven up. Here’s a short little stop-motion to make sure you’ve got the gist of how easy this is! Shrink Paper {here} Circle Punch {here} Hole punch {here} Pens {here} Update: I’ve made a video to show how to shrink the buttons using a craft embellishment heat gun. Kimanh

The secret London Underground shortcuts that only Londoners know London Underground can seem like a maze to those who aren't used to itBut regular commuters know the hacks to shave time off their journeysPassengers have shared their tricks including walking between stationsAnd in some places like Covent Garden it's better to be lazy and take the lift By Gemma Mullin for MailOnline Published: 12:15 GMT, 22 September 2015 | Updated: 03:40 GMT, 23 September 2015 Some London Underground stations can feel like an endless maze of corridors and stairs. But for hardened commuters - who have their routes down to a tee - navigating the Tube can be a doddle. Now the regular travellers have shared hacks for the best shortcuts that could save you time around the capital. The London Underground can be a bit intimidating to infrequent users - but for the hardened commuter they have their routes down to a tee Avoid unnecessarily long corridors It'll save you about 300 metres of walking in congested human traffic. Leave the station and walk instead Loaded: 0% Progress: 0%

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