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    Daily Paper Prompt #22: Mapping

    9x12" maps, gelly rolls and sharpie markers, drawn by my older daughter {aka Ruby White} when she was 12.

    Today's prompt is to draw a map of an imaginary place.

    Include the names of places, or numbers and a legend with names. Any sized paper. Markers, pencils, pens, calligraphy pen. A drawing prompt. Streets, creeks, swimming pools, gardens, homes, buildings, waterfalls, farms, barns, pagodas. The place could be as simple as a room in a luxury hotel or as complex as an unexplored manga planet.

    If you LOVE maps, check out Jill Berry's Personal Geographies: Explorations in Mixed-Media Mapmaking with maps galore, mappy art projects + ideas.

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    Reader Comments (4)

    I had fun with this prompt. Thanks!

    08.22.2012 | Unregistered CommenterCheryl M

    Your daughter's maps are great!

    08.22.2012 | Unregistered CommenterOlivia Lane

    This was fun! My first ideas were so sad and literal, missing my husband in MA, I wanted to draw a map to my heart...but blew that off for a fun stop in Dawn's World--my happy place!! =0)

    08.23.2012 | Unregistered CommenterDawn

    My map is not what I planned when I read the prompt, but I agree with a Flickr friend's comment that mine looks a bit like a subway map:-)

    09.2.2012 | Unregistered CommenterSherry

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