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Creative Every Day’s February challenge is to incorporate words into your creative endeavors. This pastel sketch is actually my third attempt tonight to capture something that called out to me. While I’ve definitely been creative these past couple of months doing activities that range from making jewelry to designing my own wire-bound journals, I haven’t touched my soft pastels in awhile and it shows.
My earlier attempts tonight ended up having color selections that clashed so I decided to stay with a simple yellow-green-blue combination. The flower stylized dragonfly wings is a design I sketched awhile back. While I have always loved dragonflies, they seem to be reappearing quite frequently right now. I even saw one yesterday on one of my walks. As a creature of the wind, dragonflies symbolize the ability to change form, adapt to various situations, and emerge anew.
When it comes to being creative every day, it’s a lifestyle that embraces all things creative from cooking up a great meal to share with family and friends to practicing the art of feng shui and re-arranging your room in a way that is more pleasing the eye. Being creative everyday isn’t limited just to traditional forms of creativity from painting to creating music. It’s about embracing each day with creative energy to sing along with your favorite song and maybe even dance a little jig. So to inspire you to become more creative everyday, I’ve made this pastel sketch available to download in three different desktop sizes. cheers!
Shot taken on January 1, 2009 @ Lettuce Lake Park (Tampa, FL)
Image Available for Free Download in the following Desktop Wallpaper sizes:
Shot captured Saturday night at a friend’s house with no post-photo Photoshop touch ups. Just goes to show that you can take decent photos at night if you’re willing to experiment with your camera settings to see what works.