Hello folks! I've been meaning to discuss this topic here for a while, but I always forget! Well, this blog's topic is about dunDUNDUUUUN studio safety! Now I know, I know, the majority of you, myself included, don't have a private studio to work out of. Your studio may be you livingroom, bedroom, basement, or garage, but there are definitely precautions to be aware of while you're madly creating art. Note: none of this information is here to scare you or deter you from making whatever art you like, it's simply here to help you develop safe studio practices.So let's get started shall we?
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Super excited! I'm going back to Germany in August, so I get to draw Germany some more and hopefully get a chance to go to Tuscany, Italy and the areas around there too (Florence was super fun to draw! The buildings are so pretty and that cute bridge!). I'm also hoping to get a chance to go back to Paris, Salzburg and Dresden again. Love, love, love those places. :la:
Back to the drawing board now! (and I had a super fun birthday!!!):3
I might get another chance to go to Europe this year. It's easy for me to get there since my parents live there, because of my dad's job, so I don't have to worry about spending a lot of money to stay at a hotel. I have my own room, a large attic room, at their home. Thing is, I've been planning on taking online courses, so it'd be easy to go to Germany. I really want to go back, and draw more places over there. I'd love to revisit Paris, Salzburg and Dresden again, since I never really had a good chance at exploring the whole place. Paris is just too big to see in a few days, and I couldn't really see all of Salzburg because the road to Salz
I've got four pieces down, and now to get the other six. Phew....This is going to take awhile, since I'm not satisfied with my drawing and i'm more than likely going to end up redrawing a lot of them. Durnit! This is not easy.
Now, watch this:
Yeah...funny, right? I thought so. :P