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Did you have fun reflecting on how much you’ve grown as an artist with last weeks Sketchbook Journal prompts? I hope you realize how creative and skilled you are!
This week we’re going to take it easy with a fun game of This or That: Spring Grow Edition. You can pick your prompt for the day. Maybe you’d like to do something quick and simple, or more complex. You can even blend the two together and draw both.
If you only draw one piece this week,
Follow along with me as I show you how to draw a cute bumblebee in Procreate. Together, we’ll create some lovely realistic watercolor-style washes in a fun, unique way.
The Wash & Dry Watercolor Toolkit for Procreate contains everything you need to create wonderful watercolor-like paintings all with the convenience and control of digital art-making. Make artwork that makes people do a double take and say, “You drew that on your iPad??!”
If you only draw one piece this month, build a bouquet!
In keeping with the ‘Grow’ theme of March, this month’s project is filled with florals! You will study and practice drawing different types of flowers, then compose them into a beautiful floral arrangement.
If you’re looking for some art friends, look no further! MAE’s Facebook Group has over 16 thousand members who are all sharing + supporting one another in their art-making journey.
If you weren’t able to join us last Friday on YouTube as we drew pattern-filled bugs in Procreate with my new Imperfect Patterns brush set… no worries! We’ve got the relpay for you right here!
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Making Art Everyday is a series of daily, weekly, and monthly prompts and challenges to help you overcome creative fears and develop your art-making practice. Every month, we will feature a new theme that will allow you to hone a set of skills, practice drawing something specific, or complete a project.