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How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
How to Draw What's Not There
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How to Draw What's Not There

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Here's a Drawing Adventure that helps you think about what you don't see, and then filling it in or having someone else fill it in. A great way to reveal how many different ideas can come from the …

Here's a Drawing Adventure that helps you think about what you don't see, and then filling it in or having someone else fill it in. A great way to reveal how many different ideas can come from the same scene.

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  • Hi again! I am absolutely LOVING your ... contributions to the human endeavor (I was going to say work but that's absolutely the wrong word).

    I found you today by absolute chance while looking up 'stick figure proportions' on the web (or something of the sort). Which just proves that there's no such thing as chance because your 'work' was/is the answer to the REAL question, which has little to do with proportions and everything to do with... I dunno... that guy in the mirror, I guess. :)

    Thanks so much for sharing! - Rich
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  • Thanks everybody for your wonderful comments.... The Creative Beast has a downloadable PDF workbook out now... http://betsystreeter.blogspot.com/p/us8.html Please Enjoy!!
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  • Another nice one Betsy. Now when I look at my desktop picture, I wonder what's just above/beside/below my monitor. Maybe I should add a sticky note at the top of the screen.
    ...Geoff
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  • You knock the socs off the monkey boy! Kudos to #creative thinkers like you!
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  • Ok this is just the best.

    Betsy, you brought me joy--- I love your sense of playfulness, your creativity, your voice.

    Namaste
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  1. A Drawing Adventure by Betsy Streeter www.betsystreeter.com
  2. (By the way, you don’t have to use sticky notes… But they are a cool way to add to and subtract from drawings. It’s up to you.)
  3. For more Drawing Adventures visit www.betsystreeter.com

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