For the past month, we spent a whole week working on a single piece through Scene School and I was BLOWN AWAY by the artwork you all created! There were SO MANY amazing pieces you all created. Every artist that participated put their own personalites into their scenes, and each one was unique and beautiful. If there is one thing I hope you’ve learned from Scene School is that making artwork with a lot of intricacies and details takes time and effort to create, but it’s entirely possible if you take it one step at a time.
From blockbuster movies to internet memes, there are certain things we all seem to know about, talk about, share with each other, love (or love to hate) as a collective society. December’s MAE theme is…
Pop culture is a collection of things like entertainment, media, technology, music, fashion, entertainment, slang, etc., that are experienced by the majority of a population. In December, We’ll be exploring the world of fan art and making tributes to movies, shows, characters we love, and some of the good things that entered mainstream culture this year. (And worry not, there will be some holiday fun in the mix!)
This week, you’ll be creating some artwork inspired by television. Choose one TV series and spend a week creating an ode to your favorite show. Here are some ideas: Simpsons, Friends, The Office, Game of Thrones, X-Files, Schitt’s Creek, Stranger Things, LOST, Golden Girls, The Muppet Show, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Parks and Recreation, Arrested Development, Sesame Street, South Park, Mad Men, I Love Lucy.
If you are not sure how to approach this week, just do an image search “(insert popular TV show) sticker pack” and you’ll get the idea. 😜 Feel free to mix up the prompts based on whatever works best for the show you choose.
While it is not illegal to create things based on an existing Intellectual Property for personal use, selling or making a profit from these creations usually is. As always, it is your responsibility to check with the laws in your region. Here is a great article to check out if you want to learn more.
We’ve got a Facebook group just for participants of Making Art Everyday and all things Bardot Brush! Come join our group of supportive artists of all skill levels, share your work, ask questions, and be a part of the community!