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The Scribble Shop Blog - Drawing

The Scribble Shop Blog - drawing

art inpired by music, Stuart Davis, jazz, painting
What’s your favorite song? If you could draw it in a picture, what would it look like?
Posted by:
Lzahn, on October 30th, 2013 at 11:25am. No Comments
Categories: Art, Kids
collage landscape, collage, landscape, mountains, magazines, Pauline Bastard
Give collaging a try by creating one-of-a-kind landscapes from magazine pictures.
Posted by:
Lzahn, on July 26th, 2013 at 2:12pm. No Comments
Quotes on creativity, creativity quotes, Henri Matisse, creativity, quotes
When the days get so hot that even a walk to the mailbox sounds miserable, it’s time to grab a seat in front of your fan or air conditioner, break out the crayons and markers, and give your creativity a work out. For some new inspiration on the meaning of creativity, take a peek at these lovely quotes on the subject.
Posted by:
Lzahn, on July 19th, 2013 at 7:48pm. No Comments
Categories: Art, Kids
summer, beach, day at the beach, summer drawing prompts, summer art
Today, June 21st, marks the first official day of summer! The first orders of business should be to go outside, run around, play in the sprinklers and eat a popsicle. Once you’ve done all that, how about cooling off with some fun, summery drawing prompts?
Posted by:
Lzahn, on June 21st, 2013 at 1:42pm. No Comments
Categories: Art, Kids
Public Garden with a Corner of the Yellow House by Vincent Van Gogh (1888)
When you’re drawing in pen or pencil, do you sometimes find it challenging to depict shading, depth or texture? Allow me to introduce you to your new best friend… a little technique called crosshatching!
Posted by:
Lzahn, on May 17th, 2013 at 5:32pm. No Comments
Categories: Art, Kids, Tips
Precipice No. 2.2 by Crystal Jackson, drawing with triangles
Even though the world is your oyster when you draw (you can literally draw anything!), sometimes limiting yourself to the basics can really exercise your imagination. If you’re looking to put a spin on your usual doodling habits, try experimenting with shapes.
Posted by:
Lzahn, on May 15th, 2013 at 2:07pm. No Comments
Categories: Art, Kids, Tips
Spring Drawing Prompts
Let’s say hello to spring with a little creative drawing. Give these prompts a try to get your imaginations blooming.
Posted by:
Lzahn, on April 4th, 2013 at 1:19pm. No Comments
Categories: Art, Kids
Expand the Image
Give your creative muscles a stretch with this fun exercise in expanding the image. Pick a small clipping of an interesting picture in a magazine and create your own new picture from it!
Posted by:
Lzahn, on March 8th, 2013 at 12:34am. No Comments
Categories: Art
Pablo Picasso, cubism, portrait, artist style, seated woman
Flowers. Bowls of fruit. Women in fancy dresses. While the number of painting subjects is endless, the same themes seem to pop up over and over again. But no matter how many times a vase or a house gets painted, it will always be unique because of that artist’s style and vision. It’s not so much always what you paint, but how you paint it. A really fun thing to do is play with artistic style and explore the many ways you can interpret the same subject.
Posted by:
Lzahn, on August 24th, 2012 at 10:27am. No Comments
Categories: Art
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