Week in Review: 2/12/16-2/18/16
I am currently enrolled in two art e-courses, so I have been doing some painting along with my LEGO creations.
One of the things I noticed is that I am much more free starting out with a painting. It's all about just getting paint and texture and variety on there and you can always cover it up later, in fact you usually do (which is a whole other part of the creative process).
Week in Review: 2.5.16-2.11.16
It's a gorgeous day in Texas today so I'm going to keep this post short and sweet.
Week in Review: 1.29.16-2.4.16
Hey guess what? It's February! That means I've already done a month of LEGO creations! I know you want to see my LEGO calendar so here you go:
Getting outside the comfort zone, and into the pit of bricks Week in Review: 1.22.16-1.28.16
Yes, that's me in the pit of bricks. Yes, all the other adults are sitting outside of the brick pit. Yes, it was a bit uncomfortable sitting on bricks. I almost didn't get in, I was thinking about it and almost said "nah," but a few kids suddenly left and a space a grown person could fit into opened up so I dove in.
Week in Review: 1.15.16-1.21.16
Well I did realize something kind of funny this week. My so called 365 Days of Creativity will actually be 366. 2016 is a Leap Year. I thought maybe I should take the day off when it comes, but I think I'll keep the streak alive.
This post is going to be short and sweet because this week has been anything but short and sweet.
Week in Review: 1.1.16-1.7.16
I'm doing an experiment in creativity. For 2016, I will build using LEGO blocks everyday. I'm doing this experiment for several reasons and will write about those later. Right now, I want to reflect on how the first week has gone and the daily process.