Date: August 27, 2015

Author: Megan Frauenhoffer

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#the100dayproject Days 45-49 Final works

from Instagram: http://ift.tt/1Mf92zg #day45 “Moth and Bone III” from Instagram: http://ift.tt/1dXf8Kg #day46 “Feather and Smoke” from Instagram: http://ift.tt/1dNtHzg #day47 “Life Cycle I” Trying something new, but I could only get to the thumbnail stage. from Instagram: http://ift.tt/1LsqDa8 #day48 “Pollinator II” Trucking along at a snail’s pace. from Instagram: http://ift.tt/1IFitoN #day49 “Life Cycle II” And that is the last image I made. I hope to do this again in the future…

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#the100dayproject: day 41 – day 44

These posts got away from me this summer with the art camp and trying to work on a solo show. I am currently scheduling all post to publish twice a week until they’re caught up and then go back to once a week postings. Look for new posts on Tuesday and Thursday until I’ve caught up my queue and then regular Tuesday postings in the future. from Instagram: http://ift.tt/1JdUWPu Day…

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#the100dayproject days 36-40

from Instagram: http://ift.tt/1PwaHqm “Water and Earth” Ugh, I’m so behind. Finals week and Spectrum Convention back to back killed my days of drawing. from Instagram: http://ift.tt/1AmLsQh “Nature and Man” from Instagram: http://ift.tt/1SyhuyA “Rat and Blood I” I got inspired to do something weird after attending the Spectrum Convention for Fantasy and Science Fiction Artists. from Instagram: http://ift.tt/1Riq7Mb “Rat and Blood II” This is my favorite so far. from Instagram: http://ift.tt/1Fc1cS0…

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#the100dayproject Days 27-30

from Instagram: http://ift.tt/1FLrr6X Day 27: “Black Bile and Earth” Continuing the four humors. I’m planning to edit a lot of this on photoshop. It’s not so black bile-y. I’ll probably recreate the circle, move it to a different spot, and composite in a different fluid texture after I play with a few on a separate sheet. I didn’t really know what I wanted with this one, but now that I…

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the 100 day project

#The100DayProject Days 2-5

“Smoke and Bone” Playing catch up! I was a day behind on the hashtag project, so I whipped this one up during the evening after my Day 1 drawing. “Water and Wood”Third day and I already hit an art block that morning. After several attempts, I arrived with this design. So far this one is the most popular design. “Winter and Spring”When I was a kid, I always knew spring…

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The 100 Days Project

#The100DayProject #Day1

Ugh, do I dare? It started yesterday, but I could use another kick in the butt on my daily studio practice. A project I was considering for the near future was to create a small series of designs for print projects. Something that I could easily make alongside all my work and side projects. Alrighty, let’s do this and go nuts. I’ll be sure to compile posts here for a…

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Inktober

October is Inktober on Instagram. I’m challenging myself to make an ink drawing everyday for the month of October. It is a nice way to break away from the long projects with immediate gratification. I will be sure to post the results on the blog, but in the meantime, you can find me on Instagram under meganfrau.

pinterest inspiration teaching edition

Pinterest Inspiration: Teaching

I love Pinterest. It’s no secret that I gear it towards education purposes. Sometimes I find ideas on there, tweak them, and create whole new projects and lessons. Other times I just like to collect ideas that I find interesting, but have no particular purpose other than to share with my teaching friends (see my teaching board). With my summer art camp gig, I get to create classes and workshops…

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Date: October 14, 2011

Author: Megan Frauenhoffer

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Pinterest

I got sucked into the addicting world that is known as Pinterest. I mostly use it for my students, but I have to admit that I enjoy the image collecting experience.

If anybody wants to add me, I’ll add you back. I would like to find as many great examples of art and design as possible for future semesters.

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