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Day 383 MarchDoodle More Design Transformations

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My CLmooc friends doodle everyday. Today I chose my design challenge of floral folk art to geometric art as a prompt, rather than from DoodleADay ElloLovey. See all the entries here: DoodleADayMarch. We also participate in the “#sketchdesignrepeat #3x3designchallenge” sketch design challenge— and this week we move into geometric / abstract.

In my image you can see going clockwise: a new floral and leaves design, just the florals, the florals with stripes, a stylized version of the floral, and an abstract in the same colors and some of the stylized design.

Soon the sunflowers will bloom in our area– they stay for about a month and are sources of food for Native Americans. Their real name is arrowleaf balsamroot. I write about them quite a bit.

arrowleaf balsamroot

However, the flowers in the illustration are based of my research work for one of my projects. It’s a stylized version of the Tetraneuris Scaposa, Stemmed Four-Nerve Daisy.

Tetraneuris scaposa var. scaposa
Photo by Patrick Alexander on Flickr

This flower is lovely and can pop out in February in the desert of the Guadalupe Mountains.

I love sunflowers or those yellow blooms that look like them. So many varieties. What’s your favorite flower? Have you written a poem about it or drawn a version of it? Give it a try!

Sheri Edwards View All

Geeky Gramma ~~
Retired Middle School Language Arts/Media Teacher ~~
Writer and Thinker~~
Art from the Heart

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