Creativity with Bunson Hoppydew – Draw a Feeling (Comic #691)

Draw a Feeling, Comic Transcript Bunson Hoppydew, a little pink bunny, he likes dancing friendship and cake, is drawing on a piece of paper and smiling at us Caption: Draw a feeling Bunson concentrates intensely as he draws further lines, bending over the page. Caption: It's ok to struggle, drawing feelings can be tricky and symbolic. Bunson is smiling and drawing on the page with both hands. Caption: One way to draw complex feelings is to draw the feelings around feelings around feelings. Bunson stands up, proudly holding one pencil in his hand (a little like a rampant lion, a little like someone holding their pencil like a spear!). Bunson zooms through the air, holding a pencil. Bunson sits down and smiles at us. Caption: Using lines helps too!

Ah creativity with Bunson, interestingly enough I’ve been struggling with my own feelings about creativity and being unhappy with work I’ve already made. Which is why I didn’t share a comic with you last week!

I was tempted not to post this week as well! But then I read my own comics, and that helped 🙂

Draw a Feeling, Comic Transcript

Bunson Hoppydew, a little pink bunny, he likes dancing friendship and cake, is drawing on a piece of paper and smiling at us

Caption: Draw a feeling

Bunson concentrates intensely as he draws further lines, bending over the page.

Caption: It’s ok to struggle, drawing feelings can be tricky and symbolic.

Bunson is smiling and drawing on the page with both hands.

Caption: One way to draw complex feelings is to draw the feelings around feelings around feelings.

Bunson stands up, proudly holding one pencil in his hand (a little like a rampant lion, a little like someone holding their pencil like a spear!).

Bunson zooms through the air, holding a pencil.

Bunson sits down and smiles at us.

Caption: Using lines helps too!

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