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Sunday, October 11 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
TINY WORLDS - ZOOMING IN TO SEE COMMON SUBJECTS IN NEW WAYS

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In this class, we will look closely at small natural items and enlarge them in our sketchbook to show off all of their intricacies. Rosalie will show you how to get proportions right when you enlarge items on your page, and she’ll share several tips for capturing small details and textures. By taking mundane objects such as a pinecone or an acorn and blowing them up to show their unique patterns and textures, we will discover how nature journaling helps us see everyday things with newfound appreciation. You will be invited to find a few of your own tiny natural objects for class to reference, or you can draw inspiration from the objects that Rosalie will work from in the class.

SUPPLIES: Journal, pen, colors and brush if you have them. Gather a few objects to dive into details such as textures and patterns: an acorn, a pinecone, a nut, a feather. A hand lens will be useful.

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UPDATE SENT BY EMAIL OCT. 11:

Hello everyone!

I had so much fun creating with you today during my Tiny Worlds workshop, and I hope that you did too! I’ve added some exciting resources to the Tiny Worlds class page on Sched and I wanted to make sure that you’re aware of them. They are all available on my class page here.

  • I made a handy-dandy PDF handout, "Tiny Worlds Takeaways," that summarizes today’s session and provides some extra information. 
  • I uploaded my PowerPoint presentation to Sched and the file name is "Slideshow." 
  • I also uploaded an in-depth booklet called "Materials Booklet", which is a compilation of my favorite materials with descriptions and links to each one. 
ALSO! If you’d like to continue to learn with me, here are some options! 
Thanks again, and I hope you continue to find beauty and curiosity in the tiniest aspects of nature... no matter where you look! 
~ Rosalie

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Rosalie Haizlett

Rosalie Haizlett is a conservation-focused illustrator who specializes in creating vibrant, hand-painted visuals to help people see and appreciate the natural world in a deeper way. She is based in the Appalachian Mountain region, where you can often find her hiking around the forest... Read More →


Sunday October 11, 2020 10:30am - 12:00pm PDT
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