About this Course
I certainly have no problem finding inspiration in the world around me, but am challenged when it comes to keeping all of it organized. If you are anything like me, it's likely that you have sketchbooks, magazine clippings, books, photos and found objects floating around just waiting to be used for inspiration. But how do all these bits actually translate into a piece of art? This is where Inspiration Archiving comes in.
Inspiration Archiving presents a fun, easy and effective way to distill all your bits of inspiration into simple line drawings using fluid black paint or markers on heavy card stock or typing paper. It is also a great way to discover your own unique shapes and images in order to make your creations even more your own. You are welcome to keep your drawings in a binder, pin them to your wall, or simply keep them in a stack near your creative space.
I offer this exercise in all my workshops, and my students love it. It is super easy and fun, and offers so much information to work with the next time you step in front of a blank canvas.
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You will need:
Paper (8.5" x 11" White Card Stock Is Perfect)
- Paper (8.5" x 11" White Card Stock is perfect)
- Black Fluid Pain (You can also use markers, pens, crayons, etc)
- Inspirational books, magazines & images
- Natural Materials
- Inspiring Objects
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