Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Connect two animals prompt from Creative Doodling and Beyond book and kit

Simple art prompts can "render" (yes pun intended) some amazingly cute and silly images. Try this idea for combining two animals in one doodle from the Creative Doodling & Beyond Doodle Book & Kit.


More about the Walter Foster book and kit:



Stephanie Corfee

Artists of all backgrounds will love seeing the world through a
doodler’s eyes thanks to this fun and fanciful doodle book and kit. In
addition to a 40-page project book packed with more than 20 inspiring
prompts and projects, this kit comes with a selection of colorful art
tools designed to help anyone turn their doodles into expressive works
of art!

Creativity prompts provide imaginative ideas to spark fresh
inspiration, while doodling exercises and projects provide
easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions for creating original doodled
designs and crafts. Artists will learn doodle number and letter
compositions, whimsical borders, flowers, faces, clothing, and unique
patterns and shapes. Fun techniques, including doodling with closed
eyes, progressively growing a doodle, creating repetitive motifs, and
incorporating rhythm into a composition add to the whimsical nature of
the book. From doodling crazy critters and creating scroll-like motifs
to designing easy gift tags and a personalized seek-and-find game,
artists of all skill levels will find loads of ideas and creative
inspiration to help feed their doodling addiction.

The included materials provide all the essentials for practicing every prompt,
technique, and project inside the project book. With the professional
quality drawing pencil, sharpener, eraser, 8 colored pencils, 8
fine-line markers, loose-leaf drawing paper, lined paper, colored
cardstock, and poster paper included in this portable, magnetic-closure
kit, artists are fully equipped for easy, on-the-go creativity!

Stephanie Corfee is a full-time freelance artist and designer
living in Malvern, PA. She has worked in advertising and marketing and
previously owned her own wedding gown design studio. Today, Stephanie
enjoys the creative freedom that comes from owning her own business
while doing what she loves. She has a colorful, bohemian personal
aesthetic and loves creating fun, whimsical art for children. Visit

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