Ho, Ho, Ho! Season's greetings ye drawers!
Here is the first of a monthly series of roundups of what's going on at the Penciljam community. The size of this site has grown and members often use barely 20% of the resources that this site offers. Late last month, we cleaned up the site's look and feel and rejigged the front page to make it more comprehensible. Is it? We'd like your feedback.
For the newer members, Here is a primer of sorts to get Penciljammers.com to really work for you.
You know by now that we have also set up a physical Pencil Jam drawing studio in Bangalore. We test ran a few workshops and courses on drawing. We hope to launch this full scale next year. So if you are in Bangalore or are visiting, make sure you check this page to see if there's a workshop for you.
Also, our 100 day program starts in Jan 2011 and if you'd like to really ramp up your drawing skills, give it a go.
We're looking for experienced member artists to moderate some of our groups on specialised drawing subjects such as watercolour, basic drawing etc. If you'd like to run a group here on Penciljammers, get in touch.
- Research and write thoughtful blog articles on Drawing, Perceptual science or art. Remember, there is a member out there who is waiting to be inspired.
- Upload videos on drawing concepts and techniques in the Techniques section. Remember to tag them carefully so members can run searches on key topics.
- Invite your friends to make this community grow. The diversity in approach will help build an amazing body of knowledge.
- Suggest Penciljammers.com to your friend in P.R or to your contact in the media. Our views on drawing are unique, and we have to be heard. Even blogging about us helps.