Brushes In Action, Review, WarmUps

Wednesday WarmUp Review

Welcome!

For the past few months, this blog has hosted “Wednesday Warm Up,”— a day of usually quick drawing, inking, brushing as warm up to our serious art. I share a strategy to try each Wednesday using the iPad app ProCreate. I only use the native brushes in the app and often include the strategies with using them.

Goal

Today’s goal is to review what’s been shared– a look back to see the ideas and the progress. I do hope these have been as helpful to you as they have been for me. The video below is a rough rambling of the warm up categories so you can choose to try a few or add ideas in the comments.

Summary and Links

Shapes and Scribbles

Quick Florals

  • Basic Florals: Smooth lines into floral shapes, whimsy, quick frame
  • Pattern Florals: Take practice basics with a frame and create a pattern!
  • Quick Floral Messages: The Splash Grid for a quick message; really fun way to create a quick pick-me-up card for a friend
  • Symmetrical Florals: use the symmetry tool to create outlines for reusable flowers for the quick floral messages

Textures and Abstract

Brushes in Action

Miscellaneous

  • Daily Create: a place with prompts for multi-media and medium imagining

Categories and Tags

  • Category WarmUps — for all the warmups
  • Category Brushes In Action — for all the posts on using brushes
  • Tag #warmup4art — for all the posts with warm up strategies and fun
  • IG Tag #warmup4art — all the Instagram posts and one for you to use and follow

Thank you for your interest and for your suggestions!

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