Take out a sketchbook and draw and doodle ideas for…if you could catch Stars in Jars. In the Invention Room, they do just that. And later sell them in the mall. If you are a writer, write about it. Tell me about this invention. Tell me about stars.
Are the stars pointy? Do they light up? Do they need plenty of room to spread out in? Do they require water or lots of air to sit in?
The Nursery Department grows and sells Alien Botany from seeds from all over the planets. I bet you didn’t know that.
I’m developing the pages for the book and here’s a sneak peek for all you readers.
What started out as a sketch…
Before clean-up and for the coloring page.
Creating a planet for the Alien Plants. It’s part of the lesson. Environments are very important and give meaning and understanding to the object.
Adding color digitally. It’s coming to life! Even the butterflies think so.
Adding a full environment and background — a photograph at 50% transparency. Oooh. I wonder where these plants are from. Well, there’s lots of trees there.
Until next time, thanks for being part of the process of creating the Idea Emporium Book & world!
It’s Donut Friday: 2 Exploding Donuts for the Price of 1 in the Idea Emporium Bakery.
How did I do that? Lesson
It’s a lesson in Wild Wavy Trees in the Invention Room.
Let’s play with Expressive Line.
The Idea Emporium Nursery just got in a batch of Wavy Trees. Wavy Trees have personality! Line can be expressive. If you draw the lines growing up and out, the tree looks scary. If you draw the lines full and up, the tree looks whimsical and silly. It’s fun to explore with lines.
Lines can show a feeling by how we draw them. Let’s play.
Grab some paper. Tag them #ideaemporium on social media to share.