So far, still working on this challenge but didn't realize I had not posted for awhile. I was hoping this personal art challenge was going to be sustainable. I have had to catch up a couple of times and do more than one in a sitting, but knew that would be the case in the beginning and was alright with that reality. Still having fun makes it easier to keep on going. I love how these still look human, maybe not representative of the actual person, but a person none-the-less. See if you can find my start point and end point with the continuous line on each one. Top left: 1. Ian, blind, black ink pen 2. Terri, blind, red ink pen 3. Nick, blind, red ink pen that ran out of ink (marks still visible) Bottom left: 4. Nino, blind, pencil 5. Angela, blind, used a woodless pencil, felt different as I could use it upright and on it's side 6. Celeste, blind, black ink pen
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Karen Oliver's Art Journey
Thanks for stopping by to see my art journey and what I am currently working on.