Create a Daily Art Practice 28 Day Challenge, JollyStar

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It's the last day. I've had so much fun and this class has helped me get back to drawing and feeling like I can draw without it having to be perfect. Thank you so much for your fun and inspiring class Dylan.

 

Day 14: #Obsessed. I'm totally completely 100% obsessed with pens. I'm always trying out more and more. I can't stop! There is no such thing as too many pens.

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Day 13: Reliable Recipe. I choose to do a slow cooker recipe that we make often. Sometimes we use chicken instead. Very tasty!

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Day 12: Toiletry Bag Favorites. 

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Day 11: Favorite Corner. My favorite place to be is my art room, as my kids and husband call it. It's a very tiny extra bedroom in the house we rent. It's cram-packed with all my pens, yarn, paper, paint, and tons of other random art supplies. Being that I live with all males it's a place I've made very girly and it's nice to go in there and relax and create.

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Day 10: Grocery Run.

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Day 9: Selfcare Necessities. These things make me feel happy. I love my pens and doodling. I always pull out my pens and paper and doodle to make me feel good. 

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Day 8: I Keep Wearing. Here's my everyday wear, not very fashionable just very comfortable. I pretty much have the same clothes but in lots of different colors. 

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Day 7: Currently Craving. MMmmmmm I'm ready for some snacks now. Yes, I do have a pen addiction. No, I don't need intervention.. yet. Off to get a banana smoothie now....Create a Daily Art Practice 28 Day Challenge, JollyStar - image 8 - student projectDay 6: Daily Routine. My daily schedule varies a lot, except for these things. Taking my puppy out is multiple times throughout the day. I decided to try out a more pastel color theme, I like it pretty well.

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Day 5: Ingredients to my Mess. My computer table is usually a mess of all kinds of things. Not an icky mess, more of a big clutter. I'm always bringing my lastest pens to try and forget where I put everything. I lose my glasses more than anything but usually if I put away all my pens and stickers they are hiding under it all.Create a Daily Art Practice 28 Day Challenge, JollyStar - image 10 - student projectDay 4: Lastest Reading Material. It's actually been a long time since I read any books. I had to dust them off to get the information off of them. (I need to read more!) I have an addiction to pens of all kinds so I find myself reading the Jet Pens articles often.Create a Daily Art Practice 28 Day Challenge, JollyStar - image 11 - student projectDay 3: Creating With. Today I tried to let myself be more relaxed with the work, not worrying about perfection. I am very happy with my results. It was fun and relaxing to do.
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Day 2: Recently I learned. Recently I did some research for another picture and learned about items that are considered lucky or will bring good fortune in different parts of the world.Create a Daily Art Practice 28 Day Challenge, JollyStar - image 13 - student project

 Day 1: Currently Listening. I usually put on a show and listen to it while I doodle or craft. I use to listen to music a lot but my kids really don't like it. (reverse of parents usually telling kids to turn it down)Create a Daily Art Practice 28 Day Challenge, JollyStar - image 14 - student project

Amber Jolly
Artist in Training