October Creative Challenge
The last 30 day creative challenge was so delightful, I thought it might be time to do another. Today I launch the October Creative Challenge!
You can challenge yourself to do all 30 challenges, 5 a week, or whatever floats your boat. I know sitting down to make even the silliest of doodles can be a big deal for a busy brain, so use this challenge as an excuse to make something whenever you’re able. Short on time? Set a timer for 15 minutes. Try it. You’ll feel better, or your money back. (It’s free.)
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October Creative Challenge – Day 1
Finish the Tuttle
The drawing above is a finished work by Richard Tuttle. Isn’t it cute? For this challenge, pretend you are sitting at a table with Mr. Tuttle, and he has just handed you this drawing, requesting that you finish his unfinished idea. You can redraw it, print it out, rotate the paper, but please don’t change the placement of his marks on the page. He put them where he meant to. Feel free to use any media, not just drawing. He is known to use string….
SHARING IS CARING
Please please oh please share your drawings on the inkerwebs. We’re on Facebook. If you tag us I’ll get to see them too. #seattleartistleague #inktober
NOT ON FACEBOOK?
Hate all the techno fuss? Good for you. You can email me directly, or bring your creative challenges to class. I’ll be collecting images to share.