Tugboat! The Big Mistakes Show
with special guest Samin Nosrat
Supplies: Paper, Pencil or Pen, Colors
Mistakes! They’re so hard. But they don’t have to feel bad. In fact, they can sometimes become something new and cool and help us learn. In today’s show we explore different things we can do when we make mistakes in the studio, the kitchen, and in life. First, draw a tugboat with WendyMac, who makes some coloring mistakes and figures out how to fix them. Then, chef extraordinaire Samin Nosrat (and her dog Fava) calls in to share a story of a mistake she made in the kitchen, how it made her feel, and how mistakes are often sparks of creativity. Make sure to watch through the credits for a hidden DrawTogether surprise!
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This week, paid subscribers can look out for another Studio Dispatch on Sunday, featuring a DT-style Q&A with Samin about what matters most to her and some life advice for kids (and adults, too).
Your turn! Do a Show:
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Thank you to all the guitars (and more) you shared with us last week, and the amazing art you continue to create and post all the time. Keep it coming!
Episode 11 and…oops, you know what we mean: Everything is better when we DrawTogether! Oh, and also better when we share this message with a friend or two :)
Hi Wendy, I would like to learn to draw people the way that you do. Your people are really cool.