I drew this abstract with a Pilot G-tec C4 pen inside a 5 1/4 by 5 1/4 inch Hand•Book cream coloured paper sketchbook while sitting on the bus in July no June 2009. Continue reading
Don’t color outside of that line!
Seriously, just color outside of it to see what happens.
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Artist Tip #5 – How to Package Aunt Wilma’s Christmas Gift
Remember that eyeball you tore out? I bet you saved it! Go now and get your Aunt Wilma caricature with red rose collage and wrap it in red paper. Tie this with green ribbon. Next punch a hole through that saved eyeball. Using a little more green ribbon loop the eyeball to the red wrapped gift as your hand-made Christmas gift tag.
Aunt Wilma will love it.
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Artists Tip #4 – How to make aunt Wilma happy now that you’ve made her mad
Now that Aunt Wilma is flaming angry because you caricatured her face and ripped out one of her eyeballs paste a pretty paper red rose in place of the missing wrinkled third eyeball that you previously created from one unsightly pen line. Explain to her that she is beautiful and that you love her. Do NOT apologize. Give this collage to her as a gift this Christmas.
Next Weeks Tip – How to package Aunt Wilma’s Christmas Gift
Artists Tip #3 – How to hide that unsightly pen line
When you’ve drawn a line and it’s bad because you smudged it, drew the line too long, too short, gave aunt Wilma an extra eyeball or twitched from being startled from your rhythm by said aunt Wilma simply give her another eyeball. In other words draw another line or two. Give Aunt Wilma’s third or fourth eye wrinkles if need be. In as worst case scenario tear the eyeball (line) out and paste something in it’s place. Instant multi-media collage.
Next Weeks Tip – How to make aunt Wilma happy now that you’ve made her mad