Hi, friends, for the drawing plan 34, yesterday I live-streamed rock duplication and tried to correct my TimeMachine issues on the MacBook Pro. Having more success during my live stream, I decided to keep thinking of ways to grow that community. For example, I can try bringing in interest through Eventbrite or set up an event on my blog to see if people are interested in RSVP over some other means. Anyhow, let’s try to fizzle to the drawing plan 34.
Last, the night I tried to stream on Twitch, but I got caught up working on my streaming heads up display. I got a little frustrated that I couldn’t move things around on Streamlabs using my Android phone. Every time I click-dragging some layer around, things would move to the back, and the camera layer would get screwed up. In any case, I wanted something simple, my bunny logo and name. Then people can look me up and visit my blog. What the splash bloop, let’s try to move along to the drawing plan 34.
However, I still feel I will have better success in building a community around Meetup.com and grow it the way I want. For example, I want people to have more focused on the topic of fundamentals and creativity. For instance, if I made the group about the DIET and building creativity, would it be a good start? I think so because its a start and the only way to find out for myself is to try it. Of course, if I can find an art DIET community, I would be interested in joining. Okay, let’s move splash over to the drawing plan 34.
Drawing Plan 34
For the drawing plan 34, I don’t have a live stream on Wednesday, but I’m thinking about putting up a calendar on my live streaming page. However, on Thursday, we will start rock tracing for 30 mins at 8:30 am. So be sure to catch that or join anytime and share your work. Besides, you can choose your topic to practice, so long you work at it for at least 15 minutes. If you share it on my Twitter, I will retweet your work. Anyhow, let’s flip-up drawing plan 34 and move to the finish line.
Nevertheless, let us close out with the rock study drawing of the Devils Garden Grand Staircase Escalante.