What I Wore today

What I wore today drawing by iHanna

What I wore today, in drawing. First I was doing an exercise to create a 6 minute diary page Š lŠ Linda Barry, author of the book What It Is (that I own and totally recommend, it’s awesome). She wrote:

Why is it so hard to keep up a diary?

IT ISNíT! Not if you limit your diary writing to just SIX minutes. Spend two minutes writing a list of things you remember from the day before, and then another two minutes writing what you remember seeing the day before. For some reason, splitting the four minutes into remembered events and remembered scenes seems to bring images more easily to mind.

Then spend a minute writing down things you heard said and about 90 seconds drawing a picture of something you saw the day before. A simple picture. No pressure on the picture to be anything more than a sketch of something to help you remember.

What I wore today drawn

Then I decided to draw What I wore today, something that I do occasionally in my diary, just for fun. The idea to draw what you wear is inspired by Gemma Correll, who started the fashion flickr group What I wore today (in drawings). Recently she also published a book on the same topic, a book that I am adding to my wish list for sure. In the group, Gemma writes:

Some of us don’t like posting photos of ourselves on Flickr.

But we do like drawing, oh yes we do! So, this is the place to upload your *drawn* “What I wore today” pics.

Check the What I wore drawings blog for drawings that are a tad bit cooler than mine… ;-)

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12 Responses to What I Wore today

  1. Corrine says:

    What a sweet idea and I love your shoes and your skirt!!!! xox Corrine

  2. Carol says:

    Very creative journal page ~ very expressive and great idea ~~ namaste, ^_^
    linked w/Creative Everyday

  3. April Cole says:

    Such a wonderful and creative idea… love it!
    Thank you for sharing the book, your thoughts, your illustration, and your experiences with the project. :]
    What fun…

  4. i love this. So cool. Years from now, you can look back at your journal & remember these outfits! Fantastic. Love the illustration. xoxo

  5. melanie says:

    What a neat page. Gives me an idea for later tonight when I am not busy at work! Maybe I will try this idea and post in the morning when i get off work.

  6. raylee says:

    great idea!…….it makes me happy to see your paint box & all the paint patterns on it!!

  7. Love this idea, and your red shoes! Mine would be rather boring as I wear pretty much the same thing every day (yoga pants with matte medium all over them, colorful polo shirt). Found your blog through Ingrid P. and love it!

  8. Carolyn Dube says:

    Now I have another book to add to my wish list! Thanks for a look at your wonderful drawing!

  9. Kat says:

    Cool idea. I think your drawing is really funky and fun. I’ve not come across that idea before. Thanks for sharing.

    Kat :-)

  10. Jacqueline says:

    Fun idea! I think it will also turns into your own little piece of ‘fashion history’ in 10 to 20 years time! :)

  11. Stephanie says:

    oh! I see your apron right here :)

    Love your journal and how wonderful that you completed the very last challenge. I clicked over to Lynda Barry’s 6 minute journal. I think I’m going to try it.

    x…x
    steph

  12. Oh, vilken skoj idť! Har hunnit testa nu (och bloggat det, och lšnkat till dig)

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