Updated: Jun 24, 2021
Another great way to start drawing is to make yourself a sketchbook. All you need is a simple book and coloured pens or pencils. Having a sketchbook allows to make art even at times of no inspiration, just randomly doodling in the sketchbook can result in some new great ideas. Sketchbooks are a great way to keep the sketches together and safe. Observation: this focuses on the looking around you what you can see from a vase, an apple, flowers, table anything counts. Maybe a photograph or a picture in a magazine inspires you let your imagination free draw whatever you like. If you haven't got a sketchbook just use anything you've got handy - writing pads, loose bits of paper, the insides of cardboard boxes - anything you can make a mark on. Please see attached worksheet from Barnsley Adult College that inspired me to start at the beginning of lockdown. Debbie's Creative Corner Here are some examples I have drawn
It would be lovely if you could share your drawings, doodling, pictures be creative in whatever you do. I aim to create a gallery of drawings which can be shown either to members only in facebook group to inspire others.
Creative Wellness Journey (Private members only group)
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Let's get drawing ......
Posted 25th March 2020 by Debbie's Creative Corner
Creative art for all ages and abilities. - Let’s share the beauty of creativity
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