Video alert: Some art stuff

Happy Friday, everyone! I thought I'd do something different and post a video of me doing a quick flip through of two art books I've been loving lately. It's short...only about 4 minutes:D


Enjoy:)


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  1. Ooooo now I want to see what your art projects look like!

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  2. I never understand how art works

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  3. Remember when adult coloring books was a thing a year ago? I know these are art books, but I'd love to color every single thing in that fashion illustrations book.

    www.ohtobeamuse.com

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  4. Both books look amazing and super inspirational! Thanks for sharing chingu!
    Yes I always liken savory oats to a healthier version of congee and the possibilities are endless ;D

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  5. Loving your video! I finally got to hear your voice!!! Of course I love both book, The Jan Davenport one was my favorite. The eyes speak to my soul, I’ve always liked eyes. I was obsessed with them when I attended art school.

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  6. Nice to finally hear you! The books look very cool.

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  7. (dis is hubby): her voice is so much more shrill when she yellin at us....uhh happens rarely here....(grins)

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  8. Those books look fantastic! I want them both :)

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  9. Man I wish I could draw like that too Emmy. I adore fashion sketches, mainly for those beautiful silhouettes they draw up like they're simply writing the alphabet

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    daringcoco.com

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  10. oh I love that faces one.. beautiful.

    http://www.henatayeb.blogspot.com

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  11. Amazing, I feel like I need to get more books related to creativity :)

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  12. Wow, I'm loving these two books! The art in both are absolutely stunning! I really wish I could draw like that! Great video! :)

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  13. So good, thanks for sharing..happy week

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  14. Emmy, I loved hearing your voice! Two great books. I've always been into fashion illustrations. I think they're so pretty. The shading, colors and overall aesthetic. I'm really loving the Jane Davenport Faces book. They seem so real. Like you can pierce their eyes and tell how they're feeling. Love the coloring of their skin & hair. Such realness.
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  15. I like the vibrance of her illustrations. Really great work.


    http://www.fashionablyidu.com/

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  16. I wish I can draw like that too!

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