Now that we are sure we’re up and running, let’s get back to the serious business of Dooodling! (I want to put YOU back to work first, later I’ll tell more about THE Craftsy ADVENTURE!)
We are on Lesson 11 in our Better Quilting through Doodling Series. (Access all the Doodling tutorials HERE)
Last time we doodled negative spaces. Actually, we didn’t doodle the negative space, we doodled to create the negative space. Read more HERE.
This week, we’ll start the same way, with a small square. Create a negative space with lines, then fill in the area with lines going in a different direction, or lines with different spacing.Another way to fill the negative space is to jog up into the shape and jog down again…see the heart on the upper left below.For starters, keep the shape simple, like a heart or a capital letter.
It’s amazing what you can do create with simple lines!
Any ideas how you could turn this into quilted lines? If not, that’s okay. We are still building “Creative Muscles”! (MY kind of exercise!)
Happy to be back!
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