Morning Scribbler – Week of March 26 – April 1, 2020

Art, Color Mixing, Drawings, Geometry, Morning Scribbler

Link to video: Morning Scribbler – Week of March 26 – April 1, 2020

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A week ago I published another course on Skillshare that teaches you how to make a Color Wheel Mandala. It’s a fun way to learn more about color and color mixing! Take a look and let me know what you think. The launch contest is open for entries up until Thursday, April 16th at noon. Link to Color Wheel Mandala – Part One – Star.

Color Wheel Mandala – Part One – Star Mandala

Previous Weeks: February 27- March 4 and March 5-11, 2020

Art, Drawings, Morning Scribbler

Life gets crazy and the previous two weeks have been crazier than most. I thought I was caught up on my computer work after having to replace my laptop and get everything functioning together again. No … I missed two weeks of posting the Morning Scribbles. I scribbled, photographed, compiled and edited … I just didn’t post. Here they are … the scribbles from February 27th through March 11th.

Golden Ratio Calipers

Link to video: Morning Scribbler Week of February 27 – March 4, 2020

Hanging Robe – Egan Cove, Maine

Link to video: Morning Scribbler Week of March 5 – 10, 2020

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I published another course on Skillshare that teaches you how to make your own Standing Body Easel. Take a look and let me know what you think.

Standing Body Easelhttps://skl.sh/38Hpj13

Morning Scribbler – Week of March 12 – 18, 2020

Art, Drawings, Morning Scribbler, Nature

Click to view the video: Morning Scribbles from the week of March 12 – 18, 2020

An odd week. An eerie week. The world is basically shut down in an attempt to slow the spread of Coronavirus. My days have been pretty much the same routine as they always are. As an artist, I live a very isolated life, at least when I’m home. The past several years, I’ve traveled more than half the year, being home in only two or three week intervals. Last summer I decided to try something different, to travel in larger chunks of time so that I can be home in the studio for larger chunks of time. Fortunately for me, I’m not scheduled to head to Paris until the middle of July. We’ll see if that happens.

The world appears to be spinning around me in intervals of generosity, panic, and the eerie stillness of empty parking lots and closed stores. I continue my routine of awakening, sketching, filming, editing, painting and meditating. I am grateful that the people of the world are uniting to do what we can to save lives.

Spring is near. Daffodils have begun to bloom in New Jersey.

From my Broken Trumpet Parts Series 2011-2012

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Morning Scribbler – Week of February 20 – 26, 2020

Art, Morning Scribbler

Link to video of Morning Scribbles, February 20th through February 26th

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Want to learn more about Daily Sketching, Watercolor Tips & Techniques? Or watch videos of sketching en plein air in unusual locations? Visit my YouTube channelSkillshare Page and at ExploreWithChrisCarter.

I just published a new course on Skillshare that teaches you how to make your own Mini Watercolor Travel Kit! Take a look. You might just start a daily sketching habit! Link: Watercolor Travel Kit: Fits in Your Pocket

Morning Scribbler – Red Shoe

Art, Drawings, Morning Scribbler

Morning Scribbler – February 21, 2020 – Red Shoe – Link To Video

Time: 9 minutes

My contour sketches are often done more quickly than the sketch of my red shoe. I awoke with a bit of a headache and found it difficult to coordinate my eye and hand as easily as I normally do. This was an opportunity to slow down and move my pencil and eye very slowly, being more observant of the angles of the shoe and laces. My goal when I do contour drawings is not to replicate but to observe.

Red Shoe

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Want to learn more about Daily Sketching, Watercolor Tips & Techniques? Or watch videos of sketching en plein air in unusual locations? Visit my YouTube channelSkillshare Page and at ExploreWithChrisCarter.

I just published a new course on Skillshare that teaches you how to make your own Mini Watercolor Travel Kit! Take a look. You might just start a daily sketching habit! Link: Watercolor Travel Kit: Fits in Your Pocket