Tag Archives: Drawing

Creative Juice #298

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Creative Juice #298

Lots of good stuff here.

Creative Juice #297

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Creative Juice #297

This week’s articles are a gold mine for writers, but there are pickings for other creative people too.

Creative Juice #296

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Creative Juice #296

So many of these articles touch my heart.

N is for Zentangle patterns that start with the letter N

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I’m posting late today. But my taxes are done. Don’t leave yours until the last moment.

One of my goals for this year, which I really haven’t done much about, is getting back to Zentangle with more regularity. Since I couldn’t think of anything else that starts with the letter N that has something to do with the arts or the creative process, I thought I’d go to the wonderful website tanglepatterns.com and see what I could find. Out of the ones listed, I tried these four:

Nine Patch by Suzanne McNeill, which all the quilters will recognize:

Nine Patch by Suzanne McNeill

Navaho by Caren Mlot:

Navaho by Caren Mlot

Noodle by Angie Gittles:

Noodle by Angie Gittles

Nayo by Angie Gittles (my favorite of this group):

Nayo by Emiko Kaneko
Nine Patch, Nayo, Noodle, Navaho

Creative Juice #290

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Creative Juice #290

Art for Easter, beautiful photographs, and lots of other creative stuff.

Creative Juice #287

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Creative Juice #287

Good stuff here for artistic people.

Creative Juice #286

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Creative Juice #286

Beauty to enjoy. Techniques to try.

  • Beautiful Ukraine—read and weep.
  • Painting on water.
  • Raindrops on . . . well, not roses, but on other stuff.
  • Daffodils and crocuses.
  • How to shade.
  • Practicing self-care, an author wrote down some harsh, angry words that she didn’t want to say out loud . . . and found she had written an emotional scene she might be able to use in her novel later . . .
  • I don’t particularly care for the first quilt in this post, but be sure to keep scrolling—the rest are stunning.
  • Mary had a little lamb, and here’s the rest of the story.
  • What if someone found your purse 70 years from now?
  • Slime molds are beautiful. Who knew?
  • Multimedia art project. You can watch the video to see it in progress.
  • I love Rosa Bonheur. Here’s a discussion of her most famous painting. More about Rosa Bonheur.

Creative Juice #282

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Creative Juice #282

You’ve got to read these articles. They’re fabulous.

Creative Juice #279

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Creative Juice #279

Lots of quilts and artwork.

Creative Juice #278

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Creative Juice #278

These articles held my interest this week: