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    EDM #7: Draw a bottle, jar or tin from the kitchen

    5x8" moleskine, gellyroll
    The text begins, "A jar of olives - empty and wonky..."
    I don't know why the jar is leaning, but nonetheless I must keep drawing. When my kids were little and learning to swim I noticed that their friends who spent a lot of time in a pool learned to swim faster than those who didn't. Time in the water. So it's time showing up at the page that counts. Keep drawing. If you are starting EDM too please let me know!

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    I so agree, this is such perfect simple wisdom. To keep showing up. And imagine looking back when we have finished at the progress we have made. I am looking forward to that!

    07.15.2012 | Unregistered CommenterNatasha

    I'm really enjoying your drawing journey, Tammy! As always you are inspiring me with your art. Love the acrylic paintings as well.
    Sam xoxo

    07.16.2012 | Unregistered CommenterSam

    I told myself I was WAY too busy and then BAM shot right into the challenge. I'll post next week when I get home. But so far I can't turn around without falling into another sketch. They're too fussy so i might go back to one-liners. But they are fitting so nicely into little pockets of time betweens.

    07.17.2012 | Unregistered CommenterLizzie Bo

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