30 Day Create Everyday Challenge – Fast Art for Those Who Don’t Have Time

Watercolor This week has been busier for me than usual and I didn’t have as much time to create every day so I grabbed the watercolors I did last Saturday and just doodled on them. I get my creative fix in the evening when I need to do something but relax and it’s easy to pick up.

watercolor 4Last Saturday when I had time, I got out my watercolors and played with small pieces of paper. I had bought a large piece of watercolor paper and I just ripped it up to small rectangles. I’m ready with my paint and paper when I have a few hours to play. I did 5 little paintings that day. I tend to paint more abstracts, mandalas, and shapes that look like my jewelry.

wisps and circlesWater Color DragonflyMeditation with healing mandalaI got my fix of painting all at once and I also had my doodle pages ready for the week.

I doodled on this one last night. I have a board on Pintrest with different Zen Doodle examples for inspiration. I do one shape at a time and then think about which one I want to do next and with what pattern.

I do my art in little steps and don’t worry about what it’s going to look like until it’s done. It’s easier to do one shape at a time and not try to figure out the whole thing at once. Less stress = more fun and that is the whole point of creating.

 

Published by Your Inner Art

Mixed Media and jewelry artist, author, and teacher. The creative process has carried me, taught me, and comforted me. I use art as income and therapy - it is my joy. This evolution has brought me to the Goddess path of wisdom and alchemy in my art and in my soul. Embodying the many facets of Goddess is a valuable tool in personal growth and self care. I provide encouragement, instructions, and what I have learned about the human experience. My books are: Creatively Through Cancer and Caring for Yourself the Creative Goddess Way. My jewelry is Goddess Adornment. My blog is how to use art as therapy and self care.

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