Sketchbook Ideas Set 2

 On the school bus, draw your friends on the way to school, draw your friends on the way home Is there a difference?
 Shine a light through an open structure such as a woven basket, draw the cast shadow
an object that is lit by the light coming through mini blinds
 a portrait that is lit by the light coming through mini blinds
an object that is lit by a candle
a figure that is lit by a candle
your sister/brother by the light cast by the TV or computer screen
your father/mother by the light cast from the TV or computer screen
an apple, pear, banana…
a partially eaten apple, banana, pear…
 Draw a scoop of ice cream, pay attention to texture and highlights.
 Tighten a C clamp on an unexpected object (like a banana) and draw it.
Draw an object with a distinctive shape that is tightly wrapped in aluminum foil or plastic wrap or string.
 Copy the Mona Lisa.
Make changes to the Mona Lisa to suit yourself
 Make changes the Mona Lisa to suit your art teacher
 Put Mona Lisa in a contemporary setting
 Copy any work of art older than you, then remake work of art in your way.
 Create a work of art that says something about the environment
 Create a work of art that says something about the world situation
Create a drawing that is pure propaganda about any issue you feel strongly about. Look up the definition of propaganda.
 something is totally truthful.
something that is a lie. 

source: modified from list at
sketchmindedblogspotcom (hyperlink removed)
mrspicassosartroomblogspotcom (hyperlink removed)

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