Online Daily Drawing Project
June 5 - June 14, 2013
This year’s daily drawing project is a 10 Day Environmental Art Count Down to the Draw Down. Developed by artists Sharon Kallis and Tiki Mulvihill, this 10 day challenge to draw and be kind to the planet will transform the way you think about your Blue Box.
In the 10 days leading up to Vancouver Draw Down, starting June 5, 2013, you are invited to take part in daily drawings. Here's what you need to do to get involved:
1. FOLLOW - Follow Vancouver Draw Down on Facebook and/or Twitter and look for the daily drawing instructions starting the morning of June 5. (Instructions and submissions will also be posted on our blog.)
2. READ - Each Daily Drawing Project will consist of two sets of instructions. Choose the Challenging Instructions (15 minute drawings for people with more drawing experience and/or time), or the Just For Fun Instructions (5 minute drawings for people with less experience and/or time).
3. DRAW - Use whatever drawing tools you like, except when otherwise noted in the instructions. Don't worry about making mistakes—be creative and have fun! We ask that you not use rulers or erasers for any of your drawings, and that you stick to the time limits. Daily drawings should be no larger than 8.5X11. If you'd like, you can even participate using online drawing tools!
4. SHARE - There are tons of ways you can share your work with us! Send scans or photographs of your daily drawings at any point during the 10-day challenge and we'll put them up on our blog and facebook page. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with jpeg files no larger than 72 dpi, 1024 X 768 pixels, maximum 1MB. You can also upload your drawings using Instagram or an online photo-sharing site like TwitPic, TweetPhoto or yfrog, and send us the link through twitter (@VanDrawDown) or email. You can even post your drawings on our facebook wall!
All drawings featured in our galleries remain anonymous.
2012 DAILY DRAWING SUBMISSIONS ARE POSTED IN OUR ARCHIVES. CLICK HERE TO CHECK THEM OUT!
Our online media sponsor Vancouver is Awesome is hosting a Drawing is Awesome project showcasing prominent Vancouverites participating in the Online Daily Drawing Project. Click here to check it out!