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Inventive Beading, Vol. three: the easiest tasks from a 12 months of Bead & Button journal КНИГИ ; ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА Название: artistic Beading, Vol. three: the easiest tasks from a 12 months of Bead & Button journal Издательство: Kalmbach Publishing corporation Год: 2008 Формат: PDF Размер: 30.40 Mb Страниц: 236 Язык: английский Для сайта: www.mirknig.comВ книге представлены лучшие проекты популярного журнала "Bead & Button" с пошаговыми иллюстрациями и схемами. uploading.com.com eighty five

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Indd 56 8/11/10 7:26:20 PM 8/11/10 7:27:38 PM Connect the dots. Make something only using dots. The dots could be stippling from a pen, the circles cut from paper using a hole punch, or even small, round price stickers. DAY Job:08-20349 Title:MBI-149873 365 Daily Creativing Journal #175 Dtp:204 Page:57 DAY (Text) (RAY) Make something in which the sense of smell is the essential component. indd 57 8/11/10 7:26:20 PM 8/11/10 7:27:38 PM Write an advertising jingle for something in nature (a tree, a bird, a cloud).

Indd 30 8/11/10 7:26:43 PM 8/11/10 7:27:19 PM Look in the kitchen and work with the first fruit or vegetable you spot. It could be in the form of juice, jam, or even canned. DAY Job:08-20349 Title:MBI-149873 365 Daily Creativing Journal #175 Dtp:204 Page:31 DAY (Text) (RAY) What do you collect? Work with a collection of objects you have in your home (or borrow a friend’s if you like). indd 31 8/11/10 7:26:43 PM 8/11/10 7:27:19 PM One week down! See how fast it goes? Today, make a stencil and use it in your work.

People also wrote to me with subject requests. That was wicked cool. It even inspired a few people to start carving or to start their own daily or weekly projects. On average, how much time did you spend on each piece? The average time was about an hour a day. That included drawing, carving, and printing, but I also spent a lot of time thinking of subjects and researching. There were some blocks that only took about ten minutes; the longest took about four hours. How did you stay inspired? It wasn’t always easy.

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