Creative Crate, April 2021 - Kate-FoX by CoreLounge, journal
Creative Crate, April 2021 - Kate-FoX
Download the latest Creative Crate and join us for an exclusive AMA with @Kate-FoX! Now's your chance to submit questions to @Kate-FoX for the Ask Me Anything (AMA)! Want to learn more about digital techniques, creating original characters, or learning art on your own? Now's the time to ask! Then, tune in as she answers live on Wednesday, April 14th at 10:00 AM Pacific Time. Creative Crates are digital boxes of art content and tools that are exclusive to Core Members. At least one Crate will appear in the Core Lounge each month. This month, @Kate-FoX delivered a high-quality digital bundle for Core Members to enjoy — including a PSD file of her magical “Cloud Village” illustration, the brush settings she used, and a time-lapse video detailing her process! She has also offered a coupon code for the first 50 customers at her Gumroad shop. Use code katefox10 for 10% off! Remember, return to this journal for an AMA with @Kate-FoX on Wednesday, April 14th at 10:00 AM Pacific Time.
Black History Month has been an important and integral part of United States history for decades, and since inception, its importance and presence have branched out to other countries, including the United Kingdom, Canada, and Ireland. Black History Month is especially important and worthwhile to embrace and highlight when it comes to the arts, because Black creativity and culture have shaped current-day art in countless meaningful ways. While we cannot provide comprehensive information about Black history as a whole, we do want to provide some insight regarding the history of Black History Month and why it’s celebrated, current ongoings related to Black creatives, and general resources for continued education of Black history, both in general and specific to art. The History of Black History Month The original precursor to Black History Month was known as Negro History Week and was created in 1926 by author and historian Carter G. Woodson. Emphasis at its core was placed on