This is a quick view of the next 3 prompts. The artist who give the prompts are listed on the right page at the top. The "Easter bunny" prompt was from a book illustrator...actually kind of fun to draw and the then the background in the distance is a prompt from an architectural artist.
I continue to use the "block page" organizer as a theme for holding the whole series together. I decide ahead which of the two artists will get the more "featured" response from me, but I try to acknowledge them both in some way.
The botanical artist was lots of fun...I actually enjoy that kind of art a lot. The petal was done with colored pencil (which is not really my medium) but this is about pushing out the borders here. The leaf was done in wc. The font making is responding to the other artist, Joann Sharp who I have already taken a class in person with. Very fun.
There are two photos here of Day 6. One with the page folded shut above. On the page I have a photo of all the materials I pulled out in response to Karen's prompt. I didn't use them all, but did use quite a few. I worked with rubber gloves on as this was very messy. But I would enjoy doing it again some time. the other artist asked us to pick a word of the week/day/or year to think on. I found a word I loved written by Maria (from Zentangle). Then made list of things I'm grateful for.
So below is the page folded back out. This had a lot of charcoal and graphite so I did have to spray it with a fixative so it wouldn't be rubbing all over things. (That's one of my favorite tangles: lollywimple).