How To Handletter
If you’ve never heard of it before, handlettering is a way of writing that is visually appealing and is, in some ways, very similar to calligraphy. From the looks of handlettering, it seems like very difficult and intricate work. While this can be true depending on the type you are doing, simple handlettering it is much easier to do than you think! The steps below include beginner steps for how to create words using handlettering. Here are some examples of what it typically l
Your Answers Are Your Story - Written Art Project
I recently saw a video of a creator asking 5 questions and using the answers to those questions to create a story. Seeing this inspired me to pass the idea along to this site because I thought it was such a simple yet creative way to use your own personal experiences to create some of the best forms of art: written poems, stories, and songs. The best part about this is the amount of freedom you have in creating your personalized story. Supplies: All you need for this project
"Art to Heart"
This is one of the more wholesome projects that will definitely fill your heart with love (literally and figuratively!) Taking the time to sit and think about all of the things you love in your life is not only therapeutic, but it is also a great way to remind yourself to be thankful for each and every thing you hold close to your heart. The things you will include in your drawing are things you love, and they likely have a positive impact on your life. Now, let’s have an “ar
Drawing In The Dark
I know...the idea of drawing in the dark may seem silly, BUT it can be very liberating to not have any clue of what you are drawing or how it looks as you are creating it. Plus, the end result will either impress you or it will make you laugh! The steps on how to do this are very simple: Grab a sheet of paper and a pen, marker, or pencil of your choosing. Turn the lights off in the room you’re in, OR find a dark place where you cannot see. If you don’t have access to either o