Two more everyday pages in my sketchbook, trying to get back into the habit of sketching regularly just for me and not trying to make fancy pages, or develop exercises for others.
New Earl Grey tea, a new way to sketch my cup (An Edges approach to my Foundations cup), a new-ish bag that I have only started using, an old book on Palladio that I have never fully read….
As of last night the Edges course finished (with my last Feedback post going live). Now one of my favourite parts has started, hearing what people’s three takeaways are. I am getting some nice comments as well (thanks everyone!), but I am most interested in finding out what parts of the content hit the spot for most people. I am so happy with how the course went, and the outstanding work produced – I had tears in my eyes yesterday when reviewing all the incredible sketches full of lost and found edges. Liz Ackerley wrote this extensive summary of the course to give those that didn’t do the course an idea of what we did – thanks Liz!
Although the emphasis was sharing concepts (I think concepts are more empowering than just techniques), I gave away many tips and lots of video demos – 5 hours worth! I can’t wait to re-offer it as a Self Directed Course early next year. If you are interesting in joining this, please subscribe to my monthly newsletter below for first news and my usual subscriber earlybird discount! Anyway… this is the last reference to Edges for a while – I promise! But I just have to end with a huge thank you to everyone that did the course – I had a complete ball, it was an honour to share with you a lot of the ideas that are kicking around in my head these days.