Scribbles are of immense value for creative Child development and self exploration. This simple, fun book teaches children how to start with a series of playful, random patterns, then Follow up with image development and completion. Exciting and surprising results come from discovering things within your drawings. Then making something out of them. Scribbles are simply the mind at play, followed up by a Treasure Hunt for hidden images. Scribbles are 100% your creation. They are t just coloring in of an adult artists work, or completing a pattern from a Idea starter book. These simple techniques can be used for adults, and anyone to simply pass the time, or open your mind to a fresh creative outlook. Perfect for Home schooling and parent child play time. Includes group projects and activities for classes and playdates.
Greg Lewolt is a Film maker, Actor, Cameraman, Motion Picture film colorist and has worked as a Engineering Lab technician and Motion picture Lab Manager. Gregs flexible mind has served him well in situations where he must solve problems on the run, while on a movie set, or in the Lab. Doodling has been a life long pass time. The invention of Scribbling was made out of creative necessity. Greg worked in a class 100 clean room Laboratory, making microscopic computer parts. 12 hour shifts, spent in full clean room suits covered head to toe with white suits and goggles, while working in all white labs, forced a creative outlet of some kind. I started just playing on the little note pads next to my microscope. One day I discovered that Fellow workers were removing my crumpled up drawings from the trash and keeping them. One lady had Artists blow up one of my scribbles, and paint it on her dining room wall! When I said but I do not have any artistic talent, they replied, I see things in your scribbles. Other workers started to draw too, but those with trained artistic talent, could not break free and draw anything new. I realized that the same people that had a hard time drawing freely, were also the ones that had trouble with new Ideas, and creative problem solving in the work place. This gave me the Idea to teach this creative approach to children before they were over trained to stay inside the Box. Greg uses these tecniques when creating new ideas for his gift company Hollywoodgreg.com