This week’s Creative Play roundup is really wide-ranging–no close focus here.
We talk ourselve into and out of the most amazing possibilities by listening to ourselves. Ten ways your brain fools you.
I’m an admitted pen- and pencil addict. I love specialty pens, like this one for arthritic hands, a pencil with 3-lead sizes in one automatic pencil, (which means you can load different hardnesses, too and an eco-friendly, lined journal with paper that won’t bleed.
Lisa Pressman is back from a critical feedback workshop. She heard some interesting questions, and you can use them, too.
Jason Mitchener does some interesting 3-D art. That’s his illustration on the left. His work is available on products, too.
See the world, one urban artist at a time. Here’s the visual journal page of Maria Lopes, from Lisbon. The site has different artists, different cities.
Yes, this is #4 of the series of Creative Play posts that I call Theme Thursday. You are invited to find three websites that focus on your interests and post them on your site, leaving a link in the comments.
Previous Theme Thursdays:
—Quinn McDonald is a life- and certified creativity coach. She teaches people how to write and give presentations. She also manages four journals that travel the world.