Sunday, July 1, 2012

FUN GIVEAWAY! Koh-I-Noor Woodless Pencil Set

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Koh-I-Noor woodless pencils have a smooth feel and excellent lay down properties preferred by professional artists. They have a weighty feel, which is ideal for drawing, coloring, and illustrating. Each high-density pencil includes five times as much lead as a regular pencil. Pencils are pre-sharpened and have a lacquer coating. They can be sharpened in any pencil sharpener. 

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47 comments:

  1. Creativity is never determined by the time of the day. Artists can be inspired anytime, anywhere. An experience, a vision an idea arrives often when we least expect it. What we do in this situation can be limited by many factors, but at the end of the day I am grateful for ideas and experiences that enable me to "speak" through my work. Stories/ experiences/ideas must be told, otherwise they are never shared and will be lost forever.
    I make time for creativity because this is a major part of my life. I enjoy the process of creating; the product is a bonus, a record of time well spent in my studio.

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  2. I feel most creative either in the early morning or in the late night, like passed 12am. Of course, being the way life is, it's much harder to stay up so late at night like that anymore so I have to try to find a way to make it work in the morning. I think it has a lot to do with the feeling of being alone and the quiet serene air around me...

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  3. I feel most creative when I'm outdoors and I notice distinct shadows on trees, leaves, buildings, the ground. I just want to capture that image on paper.

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  4. I feel most creativein the afternoon. When I've seen some of what the day has to offer, and I'm anticipating what the rest of the day has to bring.

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  5. In my opinion, I would say in the midst of fruit smoothies and tea time around the am of 4-10! A new day awaiting for whatever creations the mind unfolds! :D

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  6. I feel most creative in the morning when I'm feeling refreshed.

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  7. It would be the early evening for me.

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  8. I feel most creative in the evening. It's when I feel the calmest and have already accomplished everything else I need to get done.

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  9. Mostly in the morning after waking up, which is when i feel fresh and want to do something creative. You know the feeling that you can do anything, i feel this in the mornings the most....

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  10. i feel most creative at night, and when i'm in art therapy. my brain doesn't work like it used to, but i have been doing a little bit of art again, after nearly three years of not doing art... i'm excited to see how much i can do, instead of what i can't do, now and in the future. hopefully, i can produce a lot more work. night time is when i feel like i can just really be me, and relax, and do what i love, and one of the things i love is art. love, amy

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  11. Usually late in the evening when everything has quieted down. A cup of coffee and some music put me in the mood to draw. I have to be alone. I like solitude.

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  12. At 12:00 midnight. The witching hour!

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  13. I usually start thinking about creating art in the late afternoon -- when I'm at work! I plan on going straight to my studio when I get home. Unfortunately, by the time I prepare dinner and do some housework, I'm totally spent! I have to wait until the weekend when I get most of my artwork done!

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  14. I'm generally the most creative early in the morning, or in the evening after things have calmed down and I have time for myself. But I do have the occasional flash of creativity at various times during the day/night.

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  15. I am usually most creative toward the end of the day when my mind has had time to wind down from all the events of the day.

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  16. 3 in the morning

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  17. I feel the most creative during the night. I'm a night person so my mind is working the highest during that period of time.

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  18. It would be early morning for me....around 4:00.

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  19. I am usually most creative toward the end of the day thats when i seem to do my best work

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  20. I am the most creative during the night. I was up until midnight last night, and 2 in the morning the night before working on a bedroom wall mural.

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  21. Early afternoon.....after my coffee has kicked in and the morning craziness has calmed down.

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  22. Any time that I can get to my drawing table uninterrupted!

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  23. Usually late morning, after my coffee and before the rest of the day invades.

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  24. I was born after midnight and think that has always given me more energy and creativity in the early morning hours. I like to do what I NEED to do early and then have time for what I want to do. I tend to create in the morning but I still draw in the evenings, but it will be something I have already started.

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  25. In the dark of night. Especially if it is cool outside and the moon is up.

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  26. My creative muse tends to peak just when it's time to go to work! Very frustrating!!!

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  27. In evening/night. It's quiet and I can go into my own world.

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  28. In the evening after work so that I can relax!

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  29. First thing in the morning.

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  30. All times of the day is a good time to be an artist....

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  31. I think I feel most productive between 2 and 3, and after 5, and that's when I get most of my artwork done. But most creative? I'm always in a creative mindset.

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  32. I feel most creative on a rainy day...something about the rain that fuels my creative juickes....also it's in the afternoon or late at night...very late till the wee hours of the morning!

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  33. Most creative in the morning while sipping a hot coffee and contemplating ideas.

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  34. This is a very hard question. I always think I am most creative of a morning but I do my best work after 8 at night. Therefore I start alot of paintings in the morning and I fix them at night. I would have to say I am most creative after 8 and before midnight. It is quiet, no shadows to contend with and the life doesn't interfer with what I am doing.

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  35. First thing in the morning when i just woke up and all is fresh.

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  36. My most creative moments are at night, right before I drift off to sleep.

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  37. My most creative time period is in the evening, when all is quiet and peaceful.

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  38. I am definitely most creative in the morning. My energy level is higher and I don't have the stressful effects of the day weighing on me.

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  39. I feel most creative in the late afternoon, after my work is done.

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  40. I feel more creative when I'm not stress or down. So I pretty much creative most of the time. But when I am down I can't do anything. Thanks for the giveaway ;)
    Maria C Agostini-Perez
    Clofran Creations ;)

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  41. I am the most creative in the morning.

    Monica Hiatt

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  42. Carole SaysanithJuly 6, 2012 at 11:15 AM

    I am most creative when 23 little first graders are telling me, " It's ok Mrs. S. you are trying your best." as I draw out pictures to help them understand new vocab. :)

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