I haven’t gotten ahead at all in planning or prepping anything for Learnuary, so let me just share a few videos that have struck a chord with me lately, concerning learning to draw and improving at it. Sycra has a whole series of videos called “What I Wish I Knew About” which is wonderful becauseContinue reading “Feel the Learn 2021”
The summer of 2020 was supposed to have allowed us more time to create and work on things. But like so many, I felt like I was mostly walking around in a fugue. Our household activities contracted into a bubble of a few contacts, but remained fairly active and in need of our parental involvement.Continue reading “Living”
I want to share one little epiphany from this manual called Creating Short Fiction by Damon Knight. It’s about you and Fred.
Learnuary 2020: How to Cultivate a Wise Reader (advice I gleaned from Orson Scott Card’s book)
I’ve tried NaNoWriMo and I’ve tried Inktober. I’ve even tried a fun one called Story-a-day-in-May (which I might give another chance, actually). And even after a few attempts over the years, I’ve never gotten much out of them. I sort of look over the lovely things others make and remind myself that the trend ofContinue reading “Learnuary is Here”
The Etherington Brothers put out some wonderful FREE resources! They’re really fun to look at and they’re very compact and too the point, aiming to show you visually what they are thinking while they construct or represent things. The link below goes to a page of two hundred easy tutorial pages. Make sure when youContinue reading “Etherington Brothers Cool resource for artists!”
A sketch for a little artist’s challenge:
completed 4-10-19 I don’t have recent experience with vector art, or any interest in developing vector program skills at this time, but I’m up for painted logos! I will paint them at a high res so they can be reduced for different applications. Logo painting is charged by the hour ($15 per as of thisContinue reading “DagBeleGardian Painted Logo”