Sunday, January 28, 2018

#365DaysOfArtPBQChallenge Week 4, Exercises 22-28


Day 27:  Continue creating patterns.  Use warm colors.  
This was my favorite this week.  Warm colors are not my preference, so it was fun to color in therm.  I think I should have used flairs to get more color, but still I had fun.




















Day 22 - what made you smile today?  A hawk made me smile.  My photo of this bird wasn't great either but this is a pretty sill sketch of a bird!   S/he was right outside my window and just captivated my attention for quite some time.  I am looking for a repeat visit but not yet....




Day 24:  Color in the stripes.  I just colored and had fun.  And yes, this is closer to my normal palette.


Day 23:  Fill the page with colored dots.  I did - easy and fun.


 Day26:  Add your own scene.  Well I went with a campground kind of feel, with forest across on the other side.  I loved drawing the trees.  Hated the campground - but I don't really like to camp so maybe it came through in the coloring!


Day 25:  Fill the squares with different marks.  This felt like quilt as desired so I had fun, but a few were not as successful - but you get the idea. 


Day 28: Design some T-shirts.    Long ago and faraway I wanted to design clothes.  Good thing I didn't! They aren't bad, but they would not have made me a lot of money.

Linking up with: Sherry at Powered by Quilting


7 comments:

  1. I think your exercises put mine to shame!!! Your river scene is so much nicer and I disagree with you, your shirts are awesome! <3 Hope you are getting your creative juices flowing too!

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    1. Thanks, Sherry! I don't think that's true but I am enjoying it - in some odd way - and do feel like I am learning something.

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  2. I enjoy seeing these daily exercises. I especially like your river scene.

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  3. Thanks, Emily. They are a funny kind of inspiration and I am enjoying doing them. I hope they spark some interesting ideas.

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  4. These look like so much fun! Great inspiration.

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    1. These are fun, Nancy, and not terribly onerous. Harder to add one more thing in the day but once I get going I have fun.

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    2. What a super exercise this is, perfect to get the creative juices flowing. I think it's like anything else: practice and discipline will lead to improvement.

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