Connections and Collaborations, 9.21.2016

 In Collaborations and Connections

“Nature never draws a line without smudging it.” Winston Churchill

  1. FREEDOM: you can turn the line drawing in any direction, horizontal, vertical, top and bottom. If you have a program that allows you to flip the image left and right, this is also fine. After you make this choice, well…there are some rules, smile.
  2. You are requested to add a continuous line to the drawing attached.
  3. First, please print on standard copier paper which will be slightly different sizes depending on your country.
  4. You place your pen or standard 2B pencil onto the paper and draw a continuous line without lifting your pen/pencil off the paper.
  5. Once you lift, you must not start again.
  6. Please scan your work and attach in the comment section of the bi-weekly post.

I will start a new drawing every other week.

You are always encouraged to go the archive section and ADD to a drawing that someone else has added to already.

Together, let’s see what we can achieve.

Connections and Collaborations

 

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  • Steve Lovelace
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    Sometimes doing the impossible simply requires a change in perspective…

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      Ann Grasso
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      This is REALLY FUN, Steve! I can tell you DID lift your pen off the paper, smile.

      • Steve Lovelace
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        Yeah… I couldn’t resist 😉

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          Ann Grasso
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          I sincerely appreciate people who step outside guidelines, smile.

  • Robin Richardson
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    Hi Ann!

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      Ann Grasso
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      Hi Robin – love your ameboid shape and can see it used in Kandinsky as well as overall textile pattern. Of course, instantly I want to draw a face. When I get a moment, I will add to your drawing also!

  • Robin Richardson
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    Before I read the rules I did draw a face. This is timely since I spent part of my morning yesterday working on profiles. They come out distorted and interesting! Thank you and I will be back to see your creation.

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      Ann Grasso
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      Perhaps after Picasso, a face is possible.

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