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Bobbie Kinkead
storytelling +++> drawing, telling, writing, knowing story
storytelling +++> drawing, telling, writing, knowing story
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Are book titles or character names the hardest?
Insecure Writers Support Group Character's name seem to change more than titles. When writing about the character, name changing creates a huge problem for the story. That means going back to update the character in the different draft for each book. What a...
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Spring is for inspiration!
Do I write more in Spring?
Do I write more in Spring?
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Do I write more in Spring?
other bloggers in the group It’s spring! Does this season inspire you to write more than others, or not? No, spring is when the pots are replanted with nurturing dirt sorting out the weeds, separating and replanting the stuffed plants into mulches for growt...
Do I write more in Spring?
Do I write more in Spring?
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Blog for S--> 32-pages of line sketches involving color and texture and short 3 sentences as a story, a visual story. Check out the Sketchbook Project and join the 40,000 artist who have sketch wonderful small books.
The Sketch Book Project
The Sketch Book Project
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WE are the art, the zest the zip the zoom of our creative inspirations.
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Yonder for our art, there is always more and for the best yet.
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XXXing is loving your creative pencil drawing, doodles, or master pieces and going on to other mediums.
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What we draw as artists is our wit, whim, our mysteries for others to enjoy.
#A2Z #ART #drawing  
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The more we see lines in our surrounds; the more we can include them in our drawings to make mass.
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Unity in the art around us is the best teacher for our works of art.
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