Cultivate your perception...
Everything depends on it.
Our lives become what we think about.
So many are trying to hook our attention.
We have the control to give attention to that which we chose.
We become what we pay attention to.
So what are we paying attention to?
What is your subconscious diet?
Change your paradigm.
Go to http://dawoodmarion.com/ and go to the store page to order your copy today. Or go to http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/3319948.
This video is a promotion of my art books of drawings of random people I produced while riding public transit and other places. Drawings of Random people is the first volume of many to come.
Inspiration is the cornerstone of what helped me be successful in gaining confidence in my drawing. This book Drawings of Random People will provide lots of inspiration!
Here is a book review by Artist Lisa Graham:
Drawings of Random People vol. 1 by Dawood Marion is one of those art books you can just sit and look through with pure delight for hours and hours of inspiration and enjoyment. It is packed full of wonderful drawings of the people Dawood encounters in public places and these drawings seem to come alive off the page with every visible line, squiggle and smudge. This is an 8x10" high quality book with 80 full-page drawings...every single one of them in Dawood's signature contemporary style. You won't be disappointed if you purchase this book!
Lisa Graham - Artist
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It feels really good now that I am painting on a consistent basis. Drawing people on the bus and train provides for a surplus of paintings to complete. I usually draw about 5 - 6 people during the commute, then paint them over a couple of days. The good thing is I don't run out of things to paint and I don't have to draw anything in order to paint, I just go to my drawing journal and there are a number of drawings that say, "Paint Me" and I grant they're wishes. I am working my way up to where I can casually slip in short painting sessions at various times of the day without having to schedule large swaths of time to get a good painting done. This helps to maintain a loose and playful spirit in the painting without it feeling overworked. I really like the way this one came out. This young guy was sitting across from my daughter and I as he looked out the window listening to headphones. He looked up at me quite a bit which made it a challenge to capture him because I didn't want him to know I was drawing him.
I have actually been writing my personal journal entries on my drawings and paintings. I've been wanting to do this for a while now but I didn't want my viewers reading my personal thoughts but as of late I thought what the heck... I'm moving beyond this stuff anyhow, if they can reading it perhaps they may benefit. (smile). This brings me to the title of this peace is "Changing the Paradigm." Paradigms are a multitude of habits that make up who we are and why we are where we are. In order to change your life you must change your paradigm.
Until the next time, "Keep Studying!"