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Topic: Caffeine for the Creative Mind 'art'along?  (Read 421 times)
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« on: February 09, 2008 01:25:09 PM »

I just got this book, 'Caffeine for the Creative Mind' to help build up a better portfolio. It's a great book with 250 project ideas... (none are limited to ANY media)


Anyway, I was wondering if anyone else had this book/wanted to get it and do an art along... like a craft along only with art (could be craft too!). I thought it would be interesting to see what other artists create from the projects.

The book suggests doing an activity a day, but I thought maybe we could just do whatever activity whenever. Just post them all in a thread together. Or we could be more organized. I volunteer to do head up either!

Due to copyright stuff I don't think we can post the actual description of projects, so you would have to own a copy of the book and identify each project simply by its name or page number.

I hope someone else wants to do this with me! If there's only a few of us maybe we can exchange email address and correspond that way.

That's it! Cheesy

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