Drawn LINE!

Come on the journey with line. Each day we will study line and then draw lines in a simple sketchbook; as I did for an Art Drawing Project. This how-to-study will help see drawn lines that are around us. 

Get your pen, pencil, crayons, pastels chalk, and your sketchbook. If you do not have a sketchbook, we will make one. The paper can be large or small. Tomorrow we make the book, or, if you prefer a piece of paper, or a post-it pad, or use any pad for simple sketches. Remember the larger the size of paper, the more time spent on making pencil drawings unless you use a large brush and ink, or paints.

When done with our study, you will have many works of ART!

Assignment: Draw 20 different lines (scribbles) we use and see daily. As you know, WORDS are lines.

Remember, mistakes are gifts to the artist, a way to stretch the mind to generate and motivate inspiration.

LINE is basic. Continue with DRAWN LINES.

 

We are ready to draw!

 

The artist is the lines drawn, the words written, and the story told.

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The sun shines on the growing flowers.

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