May 6th #sundayART "an object"
Variety of work in Sculpture, Painting and Photography - Check out this weeks #sundayART - “an object” http://pinterest.com/mysundayart/may-6-an-object/ Check back regularly throughout the week as submissions continue to get pinned. … and to look at previous weeks: http://pinterest.com/mysundayart/
Check out #sundayART for this weeks theme "people"
Have a look at the fantastic submissions for our April 29th theme: http://pinterest.com/mysundayart/april-29-people/ Check back regularly throughout the week as submissions continue to get pinned. … and to look at previous weeks: http://pinterest.com/mysundayart/
People! Have your people on show for our people
Last week we got more people participating in Sunday Art, with lots of different ways representing Speed. We were really happy to see that! Thank you! This week’s theme, as you can tell by the goofy title, is People. It can be one People (ok, Person) or a multitude. Old people, young people, tall people, short people, people far away, people up close….there’s lots you can do...
Sunday is "Draw a Bird Day". Can you combine this...
Of course! But first, you say, what is Draw a Bird Day? According to Wikipedia, it started in the U.K. in the 1940, takes place on the 8th of April every year, and…you guessed it…you have to draw a bird. Then you share it! Perfect for Sunday Art! For more info, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DABDay This Sunday the theme for Sunday Art is Shapes. This Sunday is also Easter Sunday....
How did your Sunday Art turn out? And are you...
We hope you had a chance you create something new with last week’s theme: colours. If you did, great! Hope you remembered to tag it with #sundayArt, too. This week the theme is Shapes. Why not start now jotting out some ideas that might inspire you to come up with a doodle, a sketch, or what ever you want based around the idea of shapes. If you get stuck for ideas, try this. Write down the...
#sundayART begins April 1st, 2012!!!
What is #sundayART? It’s a weekly challenge designed to get you producing art work that you can share with others. How does it work? It’s simple: every Sunday, starting on April 1st, 2012, check the Sunday Art calendar here on this Tumblr and then produce a doodle, a quick sketch, a photoshopped image, a painting, a sculpture, or what ever you are best / happiest making. Then share it using your...