365: A Daily Creativity Journal: Make Something Every Day by Noah Scalin

By Noah Scalin

The thought of Noah Scalin’s "365 approach" is straightforward yet encouraged: pick out a subject matter or medium, then make anything each day for a yr. Noah made 365 skull-themed tasks . . . now he invitations you to decide on your obsession and get creative!
The publication bargains 365 venture activates to kick commence your creativity, plus lots of room for journaling, sketching, and jotting down rules. the way to decide upon your topic and record your paintings, and spot examples from different artists and crafters who took the 365 problem. In addition, grasp new ideas to include into your initiatives, together with quilling, clay-making, paper pop-up engineering, and extra. percentage your development with different 365-ers at www.MakeSomething365.com.
With 365: a regular Creativity magazine you’ll get charged up, get messy, and get encouraged, and you’ll see how making anything each day can swap your inventive process—and swap your life—forever!

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I would suggest they try to develop a project that they feel passionate about, that they won’t tire of, and that they can explore for that length of time. And just stay committed—there is a great sense of accomplishment once you hit that last day! Left to right: Siren, Otto, and Galapagos Finch prints. “I love bird imagery and use it frequently in all areas of my artwork. indd 47 Elin Waterston is an award-winning textile and mixed-media artist. She has a BA and an MFA in design. Her art quilts are in many public and private collections and have been exhibited in numerous art galleries.

She lives in South Salem, New York. ) 8/11/10 7:26:47 PM 8/11/10 7:27:21 PM (Text) (RAY) What is the best thing that has come from doing this project? I really enjoyed making connections with my blog readers. Some people left comments, so they were virtual connections, but there were others that I later met in the real world (at workshops or classes and once in a nightclub) who told me they’d followed my daily progress. That was quite a kick. Create instructions that others can use to make something and then have someone try it out.

It’s sort of a back door into the actual act of creating, and once the ball gets rolling, it’s a lot easier.

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