Letting the Creative Juices Flow…

As I write this post, I am currently challenged in my school assignment to draw an aerial perspective painting.  Now since I love the graphic design field, and thought gaining some training on how to open up that creative flow would be the way to go, I am now at  an impasse.  I understand the perspective.  I’ve taken photos of that perspective.  But drawing it?  Another story.  I may be coming down on myself too hard since I didn’t really draw anything before this class but did everything digitally.  I think playing around in the photography area is as far as I’ve come.  I am not giving up but just voicing the challenge before me.  I did go to several sites on drawing the aerial perspective and got the technical understanding.  I drew about seven or eight pictures last night but wasn’t satisfied.  Abstract drawing was part of the challenge since as a beginner, lines are my ace. Just need to practice the actual process.  I think maybe a drawing class or sketching class could have come before this one, graphic design 120.  Just a thought.  Anyway, really busy and looking forward to exciting new growth in the aerial perspective and other things.

Sandra Vercellono

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I am a reader, writer, graphic designer, mother, Christian and lover of poetry. I enjoy romantic comedies, action, mysteries and faith films. I love the Motown Sound era and jazz. My favorite instrument is the saxophone. I love books, reading and learning.

2 thoughts on “Letting the Creative Juices Flow…”

  1. This post is remarkable! God’s most prized creation…Man.
    Devine design, brought down through time, a living sacrifice–for which the Lord paid the ultimate price.

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    1. Very well said. It is humbling when we really appreciate what the Lord has done and examine how unique man is compared to His other creations. The most humbling aspect is the fact that He still gives us the option to choose to accept His love for us and to show our love for Him.

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