Illustrated Journaling - 14 Days of Prompts with Dylan Mierzwinski

Illustrated Journaling - 14 Days of Prompts with Dylan Mierzwinski - student project

DAY 6: Daily Routine

 

A llittle different this time simply due limited time as I compltely forgot it's October.

My daily routine stays more or less the same, with one little difference and that is ink drawing that I do for Inktober2020. I joined Instagram just a week ago so posting there and interacting with community is a new addition to my daily routine. So much to do, so little time to do it!!! Sleep time is definately suffering but I'm having much fun!

(If you want to see my inks, @karray_art is a place to go.)

 

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DAY 5: Ingredients to my Mess

I really do not have any mess. My mind is all clear and so it's my surroundings. When I create (be it art-related or not) I do have the things I need around me, however, I do not consider that as a mess at all, simply as efficient workplace. As such, I am taking a spin with this one and am backing things that I do consider a mess into a box to be sent to burn into nothingless on the Sun.

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DAY 4: Latest reading material

I am unsure whn I find time to read but somehow, by some magic, I do and once I read, I read into eternity.


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DAY 3: Creating with

 

I create with my heart and hands with assistance of eyes (and mind). I am not limiting myself and will use what is available. Once, after a rain, there was a poodle of water on a green garden table and few leafs. I took the leaf and disturbed the water until I had a drawing on the table, then let it evaporate.

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DAY 2: Recently I learned

 

Recently I learned Edgar Alan Poe's Raven. I fell in love with this poem in young age, allways read it out loud since only when one does such the marvelousness of it trully shines through and now I don't have to read it to recite it anymore. 

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DAY 1: Currently Listening To

I cannot get the song "Toss a Coin to your Witcher" from my head. I had the lyrics in my head whole day and thus the only reasonable thing to do was to draw The Witcher ( it helped that he is handsome).Illustrated Journaling - 14 Days of Prompts with Dylan Mierzwinski - image 6 - student project