This is another one of the responses I drew on Monday. It doesn’t include the detailed bird I had hope to draw, but it includes a number of simple birds and will have to do.
Just spend 5 minutes working to develop your creative habit. It takes patience, but you can do it. You can start with the original prompt.
Then, please post the direct URL (link) where your drawing, doodle, artwork is posted (e.g. your blog, Flickr) in the comments area of the original prompt post. Keeping all the artwork together provides a way for others to see the gamut of responses. It is also a great showcase for your work and way for people to find a link your blog or website.
The Creative Prompt Project, also, has a Flickr group, to which you can join to post your responses. Are you already a member? I created that spot so those of you without blogs or websites would be able to participate as well. Please join and look at all of the great artwork that people have posted.
I was tired on Memorial Day and think I needed a break from the Corner Store. We were out late the night before watching the Bridge fireworks, so I got a late start. My head was spinning from the work I accomplished on the Corner Store, so I worked on some smaller projects.
I finished my current journal, so I needed a new journal cover. I really like having a journal cover on my journal now. Need and desire convinced me to make a new for the fresh journal. I wanted to use one of the Philip Jacobs fabrics, but I also wanted to add interest, so I did a bit of piecing.
The back is all Philip Jacob, which means I can look at it whenever I want. The bits of pink peeping on the front make me smile.
I sewed on a merit badge, fixed my pants and listened to a book. I also beefed up my supply of donation blocks. I think I am up to 6 of the pink one now.
I also worked on the next Swoon block. Stay tuned for more on the Swoon blocks.