Because the internet is a big, big place, with so much content to inspire and distract. Here are my top 4 for this week:
First off I just wanted to say a massive thank you to all those who submitted questions to the Q&A. It was a genuine pleasure sitting down with Paul and answering them.
To find yourself a copy of the Mountain Faces Meditation, then head over here.
I have put all the question in a hat and then pulled out the winners! The full list of questions I received was so good I had to let Fate be the decider. If your name is listed below, please email me with your address and I will pop your prizes in the post.
Signed book and original drawing:
- Kitty Jade
- Brian Balke
- Von Smith
- Hetheru Mer Djehuty
- Bonnie Rae
Thank you so much to everyone who took part in the Giveaway this weekend. I will be announcing the results with the Q&A on Sunday.
If you wanted to still ask a question then I will be leaving the comments open until then.
Thanks again to everyone who took part, I can’t wait to announce the winner 🙂
I am also very happy to say I will be joined by the inestimable Paul Macauley for the Q&A.
On Friday Daily Doodle was 3 years old, which means that I have been posting a picture a day for the last 1,095 day. To celebrate three years of doodling I made a thing. To be more specific I made an art book.
If you have been with me for the last 3 years, you will know that one of the subjects my doodles keep coming back to are mountains. Mountain Faces is dedicated to my love of mountains. For the last 4 years I have posted a drawing a day, everyday on my online blog. ‘Sitting like a mountain’ has become key to this practice. Mountain Faces is a short expression of this. It’s small, it’s short and it’s sweet. Proving that art doesn’t have to be worthy to be worth sharing.
To mark 3 years and the release of the book I will be giving away some prizes to followers. I want to make a Q & A session and I would love to include questions from yourself below. All you have to do is follow the Daily Doodle blog and post a question to me below. You cold win a signed copy of Mountain Faces or one of the original drawings. Get your questions in by Midnight tonight (GMT) for a chance to win. You can pose more than one question, and if you do that be sure to leave one comment per question to make it easier when I do the blind picking.
As a sneak preview here’s a hill, that looks a bit like a bum. How cheeky!