Drawing Your Life

Author: Michael Nobbs

Publisher: TarcherPerigee

ISBN: 0399161139

Category: Self-Help

Page: 208

View: 5473


The artist and blogger behind Sustainably Creative encourages creative types to develop their artistic sparks through observing and recording, in both words and pictures, the ordinary objects and moments in their lives to develop insights and recognize the joy around them. Original. 35,000 first printing.

Drawing Your Life

Author: Sophia Louise

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9781729080535

Category:

Page: 102

View: 483


101 Daily Life Sketchbook prompts to inspire you and help you capture the world around you.

Draw My Life

Author: You

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 178503295X

Category:

Page: 192

View: 4663


Get creative and record your life in sketches, doodles and scribblings. In the vast tapestry of your life, what are the memories and images that stand out? "Draw My Life" is the story you can create in pictures. Following cues you can illustrate and annotate your best moments, as well as your craziest, happiest, silliest and most surprising ones! For anyone who has struggled to keep a journal or diary, this will help unlock those priceless memories and record them forever. Inspired by the YouTube phenomenon, this is a lasting and wonderful object that you can keep and treasure. It's also a hell of a lot of fun. *No previous drawing experience necessary. Colouring pencils advised.*

UC Drawing Your Life

Author: Michael Nobbs

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101619667

Category:

Page: 208

View: 8451


Some people keep a written journal. Others collect photographs or create scrapbooks. Many post memories and ideas and random thoughts online. However, the truly intrepid will “draw” their lives. Drawing Your Life is a unique guided journal that encourages you to discover the meaning and joy in the mundane. By creating a record of your days—one object or event at a time—you gain insight into your own life and come to understand how the ordinary becomes the extraordinary. Equally fascinating is how you will learn to appreciate the immeasurable value of doing small things often—an approach to life and art that will result in a remarkable body of work created one simple act at a time. Whether you’re a self-described artist or an inveterate doodler, or even if you find it a challenge to draw a credible stick figure, Michael Nobbs’ surprisingly intuitive prompts, suggestions, and encouragements—along with his own charming illustrations—will inspire you to take a journey of self-discovery as you “draw your life.”

How to Draw the Life and Times of James Earl Carter, Jr

Author: Natashya Wilson

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 9781404230156

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 6509


Provides an informative introduction to the life, times, and key achievements of James Earl Carter while including step-by-step directions that allow readers to draw what they are learning.

How to Draw the Life and Times of Warren G. Harding

Author: Lewis K. Parker

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 9781404230057

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 4932


Provides an informative introduction to the life, times, and key achievements of Warren G. Harding while including step-by-step directions that allow readers to draw what they are learning.

Drawing Solutions

Author: Patti Dobrowolski

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780983985600

Category: Psychology

Page: 131

View: 6002


Filled with stories of personal and client experiences, this volume explains how to use the latest neuroscience findings on visual goal-setting to turn dreams into reality.

Happy Journal, Happy Life

Author: Jennie Moraitis

Publisher: Jennie Moraitis

ISBN: 9780999510018

Category:

Page: 114

View: 3600


Want to ignite your creativity, boost your gratitude, and skyrocket your happiness in ten minutes a day?This creative and motivational book invites you along as I discovered the Happy Journal method. And it doubles as a guide so you can start your own happy journal.A happy journal's premise is you drawing images to describe what brings you joy, so you end up illustrating your life. And I can guarantee when you look back on those sketches a year or ten years from now, you will feel happiness fill your heart.Learn how to:- Notice the little things that make up your beautiful life- Combat negative mindsets that will kill your happy journal before it starts- Start your own happy journal with a couple of supplies- Pass on the gift of a happy journal to your children and friendsGet motivated by this guide, and you will see your happiness, joy, and gratitude multiply.

50 Ways to Draw Your Beautiful, Ordinary Life

Author: Irene Smit,Astrid van der Hulst

Publisher: Workman Publishing

ISBN: 1523501154

Category: Art

Page: 256

View: 6011


Draw the Flow Way “Create whatever causes a revolution in your heart.” –Elizabeth Gilbert “I cannot rest, I must draw, however poor the result, and when I have a bad time come over me it is a stronger desire than ever.” –Beatrix Potter “Drawing, painting, creating…it’s like a muscle. You have to work on it every day.” –Sarah Walsh “Draw the art you want to see, start the business you want to run, play the music you want to hear, write the books you want to read, build the products you want to use—do the work you want to see done.” –Austin Kleon “Drawing is the discipline by which I constantly rediscover the world. I have learned that what I have not drawn, I have never really seen, and that when I start drawing an ordinary thing, I realize how extraordinary it is, sheer miracle.” –Frederick Frank “Have no fear of perfection, you’ll never reach it.” –Salvador Dalí “Creativity is a way of living life, no matter what our vocation or how we earn our living.” –Madeline L’Engle “I believe the most important single thing, beyond discipline and creativity, in any artistic work, is daring to dare.” –Maya Angelou “I sometimes think that there is nothing so delightful as drawing.” –Vincent van Gogh In this innovative approach to drawing instruction, the illustrators from Flow magazine open up their tool kits, sharing secrets and techniques to teach the creatively curious how to draw. The lessons, 50 in all, curated from the best of Flow's two special drawing issues, show how to render the kinds of things we see every day: a bouquet of flowers, a beloved teacup, colorful mittens, the kitchen table, a bike, jam jars, a cat, an apple tree. Along the way we learn about color, materials, perspective, tools, and negative space. With its bound-in paper goodies, this book is also a canvas for artistic exploration—reminding us of the mindful pleasure of doing creative work. Filled With Paper Goodies: Mini daily drawing pad DIY postcards Watercolor, tracing, and colored papers House interiors to unfold and decorate