Non-objective and Abstract 'At Home Art 27'

Many of us are familiar with the adult colouring books now available that use a non objective or abstract styles of art. I thought it might be fun if we created our own non-objective or abstract images and today I will show you how! Check out this step-by-step non-objective drawing lesson for beginners. This can be really fun as personalized colouring pages that you can ask your friends to colour in. You can make this a collaborative exercise by completing the work in parts with your family or friends by mailing it or dropping it off at their door. A simpler version of an abstract doodle can be made using your name. This is great if you are just starting out or looking for something quick. I have also included a link to Mo Williams lunch Doodles page. These are not non-objective but simply doodles and drawings. These are a great way to pass the time well developing your doodle/drawing skills. I hope that you enjoy doodling along with these videos and I have also attached a TAG colouring page!

That's it for now. Have a great day folks. Toon in tomorrow for another great art/craft idea.

Sincerely; Your friendly neighbourhood art gallery.

Abstract Drawing Lessons for Beginners: 5 Different Techniques to Explore, Step Abstract How to Create Art Using Your Name | Easy Fun DIY LUNCH DOODLES with Mo Willems!

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