Things have been a bit busy on my end, which has kept me from updating regularly here. But as usual I'm always excited to share new-to-me discoveries. Like these beautiful ceramic pieces from The Object Enthusiast. Some of these would be lovely additions to the vignettes I'm creating in my home.
Have you stumbled upon anything new/beautiful/cool that you can share?
Wow, here we are at Day 21 already!! This has been such an amazing experience. I really didn't know what to expect, but with everyday I grew more and more excited to see what you all had to share. With that I'd like to end this challenge with doodles expressing my gratitude — including how grateful I am for your participation. Thank you for sharing with me, and sharing this challenge with your friends. The Doodle Challenge grew super fast because of your enthusiasm. We managed to create a little over 1,000 doodles in our doodle stream on Instagram. And that doesn't include all the amazing doodles that were shared secretly.
This project has inspired me to continue exploring our doodling together in a different way. I am working on something that I can't wait to share with you. So please stay tuned!
Also, I would like to know what you would like to do with your doodles now that you have so many little illustratons and preliminary designs to work with. Email me, comment below or post a comment on IG.
In the meantime let's get to our final doodle together. Thanks again and I really hope you'll keep doodling on your own — or start your own doodle challenge.
Today's prompt comes from a special group of young people in Louisiana. They are part of an art club (they call themselves the Art Geeks) and their teacher, Ms. Kee, introduced them to the doodle challenge as a daily warm-up. I was so impressed with their participation that I asked them to give us a fun idea for doodles. So here it is: create a creature by combining 3 animals and an insect.
In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day let's doodle elements related to Dr. King and the Civil Rights movement. Dates, facts, people, places, etc. that speak to his legacy and how it impacted us all.
Let's also be inspired by his determination, his vision and dream and doodle things we dream for ourselves, our families, community, and the world. It can be as simple as cooking a healthy meal or as big as traveling the world to teach children how to read.