Picasso's Pup Plays with Yarn
cc licensed (BY) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog

Today’s Daily Create is to draw an abstract image of an animal
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(most cool since it was submitted this week by one of my students).

My idea was to see if I could draw a version of my friend’s Beagle,Annie, in a new style. The dog needed something to play with, so I started to draw a ball, which became a ball of yarn which became unravelled and, um,,, well there you go.

Today’s Daily Create is to draw an abstract image of an animal
tdc.ds106.us/tdc263/

which is most cool since it was submitted this week by one of my students. While the Daily Creates have been pre-scheduled past the end fo the year, I swapped one out to slip in Brittany’s TDC suggestion.

My idea was to see if I could draw a version of my friend’s Beagle,Annie, in a new style. The dog needed something to play with, so I started to draw a ball, which became a ball of yarn which became unravelled and, um,,, well there you go.

I also took a peek at Picasso’s Cat Eating a Bird as a bit of a hint of the style — which I can barely claim I mimic-ed well.

Made on iPad with Paper53

Also posted to my blog directly from flickr- learn how http://ds106.us/handbook/blogging/posting-to-blog-from-flickr/

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Comments

  1. This is an awesome example! It’s exactly what I was thinking when I thought of this dailycreate! It’s so unusual, but still expresses what your animal is! I’m so excited my daily create was added and hope others enjoy it!

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