Doodle session inspired by Dailymonsters.com

Students of classes 1 – 5 of Global Indian International School, Queenstown campus had an exciting doodle session last week during their Art class. Inspired by the German artist Stefan G Bucher’s Dailymonsters.com, the students explored finding their own monsters from a simple color splotch. This session proved to be an exciting and fun filled creative process which all students enjoyed. It was a joy to see their creative spark light up..

slideshow of the process at GIIS QT

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About subhashini

Subhashini Balasubramanian : A Masters graduate from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and University of Huddersfield, she is a practicing artist in Singapore. She has been teaching and conducting art workshops for the past 10 years.
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One Response to Doodle session inspired by Dailymonsters.com

  1. subhashini says:

    What an honour to get a reply from the wonderful artist who inspired this activity. It made my day to see his reply on my mailbox.

    From: “Stefan G. Bucher”
    Date: 13 February, 2014 5:59:39 am GMT+8
    To: Subhashini Balasubramanian
    Subject: Re: Your Dailymonsters are a great inspiration for our Primary Students.

    Hello Subhashini,

    Thank you so much for your note, and for the great video! These are excellent Monsters! Please give my greetings to your students. They did a brilliant job making new creatures, and they have reason to be proud of themselves!

    I love this! I posted the video on my Facebook page and on my Twitter feed, too.

    Thank you for doing this! It was an art teacher like you who first got me excited about drawing. :^)

    Stefan

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