Most of us have developed a group of "signature" drawings which form a core of work that identifies us. Can you mentally picture that portfolio in your mind's eye? How about giving us a tour of your pet drawings, their spiritual messages, how they were developed, what music & songs you use with them - whatever details you think are interesting. And let us know if others can use your ideas or if you would rather keep them as your "signature pieces."
Or, if you are trying to develop a drawing and need some ideas, advice or input, post your questions in this forum. Someone at the Loft may have already been down that path on a similar quest.
Also, start a separate post for each drawing concept you want to share and include an image. Simple instructions for inserting an image can be found at this link
Okay, I'll go first...
Below is my version of the ubiquitous Lighthouse theme. Hey, what kind of chalk artist would I be without a Lighthouse drawing? The basic seascape idea came from a video on oil painting to which I added the building and boat. There is no elaborate hidden picture here - just a simple fluoro cross on the lighthouse which shows under a black light. Feel free to use this design if you like it.
The theme? Being a witness by letting the love of Jesus shine through you to the lost and drifting.
Here is the list of songs I assembled for this drawing:1. I Want to Be a Witness
from Radio Halo for Kids2. The Holy Ghost Will Take the Chicken Out of You
by Jim Wideman3. Keep the Candle Burning
by Point of Grace4. Go Light Your World
by Kathy Troccoli
(a good alternate: Light Your World
Total length: 14:30
Now, how about a peek at your portfolio?
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