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Wednesday
Dec152010

The Quirkiness of Drawing Lines

5x8" watercolor moly, pitt pen, drawn on background of watercolors, work in progress

This one was drawn in the corners of my days... in blocks of 10-15 minutes. The background was painted a few weeks ago, without knowing what I'd do with it. Anyhow, the doodles are almost finished. Drawing and doodling are perfect for little blocks of time. I worked on this on in the car at carpool, while the kids got ready for bed, up late at night with a cup of tea. Odds and ends of time do add up!

Here's a list of creative things that can be accomplished in 20 minute blocks!

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Reader Comments (6)

love all the little doodles! great idea {:-D

12.15.2010 | Unregistered Commenterstorybeader

Awesome! Can't wait to see this finished!

12.16.2010 | Unregistered CommenterBrian Kasstle

Oh, I love it! And I'm really reminded how much one really can do in 10-15 minute increments.

12.16.2010 | Unregistered CommenterJoy

What a great post! Tammy, your web site is AMAZING! I'm so glad I found it, you are so inspiring! Keep up with the great work. I love, love, love it and am sharing it with every teacher and artist I know! Thank you!

12.16.2010 | Unregistered CommenterDar Hosta

your work is amazing! Love all the color!

12.16.2010 | Unregistered Commenterbonnierose

wonderful to see the watercolor wash over the doodles! Will try this in my journal:)

12.16.2010 | Unregistered CommenterSusan

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