Prompt #21 – Andy Warhol
Design several three-dimensional forms. Try to draw them to look as three-dimensional as possible, using fast, decisive marks.
Prompt #30 – Morandi
Draw many thumbnails of a still life. Consider different points of view. Try arranging the objects into different formations.
Prompt #6 – Beatrix Potter
Following in the style of Beatrix Potter, choose a natural object and draw it multiple times.
A beautiful drawing from Beatrix Potter!
Prompt #12 -Estorick Collection
Invent a drawing that suggests great depth in space.
Prompt #19 – Marisol Escobar
Make a line drawing. Using a different color, make another line drawing or markings on top of the first drawing. Experiment with different subjects.
Prompt #16 – Romare Bearden
Cut pictures of different textures/images from magazines. Collage them together to form an image. Add lines and values to enhance your work.
Prompt #28 – Luca Buvoli
Draw a storyboard of your day using at least six boxes to capture the events.
Prompt #2 – Cathy Nan Quinlan
Take a short walk. Draw the things you observe along the way.
Prompt #4 – Rembrandt, Theodore Gericault
Spontaneously draw an animal from observation.
Start a doodle and using your imagination, allow it to grow.
Make marks that are inspired by foliage drawing with confident free flowing lines.
Prompt #8 – Leonardo Da Vinci, The Burlington House Cartoon
Quickly sketch an object in your sketchbook with a light pencil. Go back over the sketch with a darker pencil, this time slowly and more accurately.
Prompt #3 – Louise Bourgeois
Create a landscape using cross-contour lines. Imbue your lines with some type of emption, for example, calmness or anger.
Prompt #7 – Leonardo Da Vinci, Vitruvian Man, Hilma Af Klint
Choose a subject that can be used to create a symmetrical drawing. Draw it in a sketchbook. Change your point of view and draw the same subject as an asymmetrical composition.
Prompt #29 – Courttney Cooper, Kathy Prendergast, Steven Wiltshire
Draw a map of where you live now or where you grew up from your imagination.