***The WINNER of the BONUS contest is Sharrice, who would be a tattoo artist or a potter. Congrats, Sharrice!!!***
It’s the Spring 2014 YA Scavenger Hunt, your place for book giveaways and exclusive bonus material from your favorite young adult authors. For details about the hunt, check out the YA Scavenger Hunt page. There are TWO contests going on simultaneously, and you can enter one or both. I am a part of the BLUE TEAM, quite nice, as my latest young adult book is called GOODBYE, REBEL BLUE. It’s the story of an artistic rebel who completes the bucket list of a dead, do-gooder classmate and finds her world upended. You can win a Rebel Blue deluxe swag pack–including a leather bucket list journal, pen, and sea glass key chain–in my BONUS CONTEST. See notes at end of this post.
THE BIG HUNT
Directions: Somewhere in this post you’ll find my favorite number. Collect the favorite numbers of all the authors on the BLUE TEAM, and then add them up (don’t worry, you can use a calculator!).
Entry Form: Once you’ve added up all the numbers, make sure you fill out the form here to officially qualify for the grand prize and book giveaways. Only entries that have the correct number will qualify.
Rules: Open internationally. Anyone below the age of 18 should have a parent or guardian’s permission to enter. To be eligible for the grand prize, you must submit the completed entry form by April. 6, at noon Pacific Time. Entries sent without the correct number or without contact information will not be considered.
MEET MY GUEST! AUTHOR RITA ARENS
I’m thrilled to host Rita Arens, the author of THE OBVIOUS GAME. She edited SLEEP IS FOR THE WEAK and co-edited ROOTS: WHERE FOOD COMES FROM AND WHERE IT TAKES US. She writes at Surrender, Dorothy and is the deputy editor of BlogHer.com. Rita is at work on her second novel. She’d love to Skype with your book club! Contact Rita at email@example.com for more information.
In this leg of the YA Scavenger Hunt, Rita is offering a copy of her latest book, THE OBVIOUS GAME. Check out the blurb: “Everyone trusted me back then. Good old, dependable Diana. Which is why most people didn’t notice at first.” THE OBVIOUS GAME is a journey into anorexia. Diana starts out normal enough, but soon the spiraling reality of her mother’s health and her growing relationship with a high school wrestler cutting weight find her helpless against the new rules taking shape in her mind. Read on to finally understand the psychology of anorexia … and how Diana found her way back. An important read on a complex and confusing mental illness. Get your copy of THE OBVIOUS GAME.
Now the fun part. Exclusive content. Check out this deleted scene from THE OBVIOUS GAME.
And don’t forget to enter the contest for a chance to win a ton of signed books by Rita and other YA authors, including me. To enter, you need to know that my favorite number is 3. Add up all the favorite numbers of the authors on the Blue Team and you’ll have all the secret code to enter for the grand prize book giveaway.
BONUS PRIZE & CONTEST
Now here’s your chance to win a *deluxe* swag pack featuring my new YA book, GOODBYE, REBEL BLUE. You can win a beautiful leather bucket list journal and pen along with a custom-made sea glass key chain. Why sea glass? The main character in my book is Rebecca “Rebel” Blue, and she’s an artist. She makes picture frames out of sea glass. Not a traditional type of art, huh? But Reb is NOT a traditional girl. In your wildest dreams, if you could be an artist–ANY kind–what kind would you be? Painter? Tattoo artist? Knitter? Jazz singer? Pianist? Tell me in the comment section, and you are automatically entered for the swag and book giveaway!
YOUR NEXT STOP
Finally, for the next leg of the YA Scavenger Hunt, check out author, Kristen Lippert-Martin. Onward!
BA Wilson says
I’d want to be a sand sculptor, because I love anything that reminds me of the beach. I also love the idea of creating something amazing out of such tiny particles, and the beauty of it comes from the impermanence of it. You have to love them while they last, because they aren’t here forever. It seems very romantic, which I’m usually not, but today, we’re dreaming big, right?
Fabiana Souza says
I would like to be a tattoo artist, because a lot of people I know did a tattoo on important moments in their lives. And I’d love to be a part of those moments.
I’d like to be a painter, a muralist and hopefully my work would inspire lots of people.
Mary H says
Thank you both so much for being part of this year’s YASH, and thank you, Shelley, for the bonus giveaway! If I could be any kind of artist, I would be a poet and a songwriter. I have aspirations to be a novelist, but I think there’s a unique and special talent to telling a story or pushing a certain emotion in a 3-minute song or in only a few lines the way often poets do.
This is a really interesting question! I would love to be either a pianist or a dancer! Both of these things have been a dream of mine 🙂 Thank you so much for the giveaway 🙂
Melissa M. says
I would love to be a tattoo artist. I have a few tattoos and they mean so much to me. They are my story displayed on my skin in amazing art and I would love to be able to help other people tell their stories.
Ella Zegarra says
I’d like to be a piano player, I’ve trying in real life but doesn’t work :/
Bridget Howard says
I would be a painter. Everyone in my family has really great artistic talent but me. I can barely draw stick figures :)!!!! So I think it would be great to be able to paint beautiful pictures!!!
If I could be any type of artist I would like to be able to draw and sing. Learning to draw is probably the most realistic. Reaching for the stars would be singing. I love music now if only I had ear drums that would agree…
I’d most like to be a photographer
I’d most like to be a photographer as that’s what i’m also studying for
I would want to be an architect. I have always been amazed by Roman Cathedrals and older buildings that were done before we had modern tools. The amount of detail that went into them and still goes into buildings today is amazing.
Maud G says
I would love to be a manga artist and draw manga like Sailor Moon and Ouran High School Host Club! I love those cute manga series and I think it would be so cool to draw them myself! Even though I hear from many manga authors that they almost die when a deadline comes up but hey, still sounds amazing to me xD
My first thought was to say dancer because I wanted to be that when I was little but I think I probably would want to be someone who sketches.
I would like to be a violin player. I love the violin, I think it’s a beautiful music instrument so I would love to be able to play it!
Em T says
I think it would be awesome to be able to sculpt Ice!
I would love to be a good singer! I love singing but my voice is terrible, my parents say I am tone deaf haha
Morgan F says
I would be a dancer, I have always thought that it was such a beautiful way to express ones self! I love the fact there are so many types of dance and they can express the different moods you are feeling! I love to dance myself but I would have loved to have had the training ane been a better dancer and express what I was feeling!
I have always dreamed of being a dancer. I live to watch those that excel at dance express emotions through beautiful movement of their body. When I was in high school I destroyed my knees which put a stop to any chance of dancing my way through life. So if I could have my dream that would be the one.
Justine Winans says
I already am a writer and actor, so I’m not going to include those.
I would want to be able to make 3D chalk drawings on the streets. Not chalk in the way of “hopscotch” but chalk in the way of “I’m walking down the sidewalk and suddenly it looks like I’m about to fall down a crater into lava and I can’t believe this is not actually a portal into a new dimension”.
They have always amazed me, and there’s something beautiful about how it can be completely erased with the next rainfall.
cassidy singleton says
i would be one of the ‘cartoonise’ me artists you see on holiday because they catch memorable moments in a unuique and fun way!
I would be an animal photographer 🙂
Erin P says
I would want to be a sculptor or a painter. There is just something so beautiful about creating art with your hands. Thanks for the giveaway!
Elizabeth H says
In my wildest dreams, I’d love to be a caricature artist. I’ve been drawing since I was young but watching how fast those artists can draw is so impressive and awe inspiring! Thanks for the giveaway. (:
Destiny Carroll says
I would be a painter using different crushed minerals and plants from around the world 🙂 I love painting so much!
Eli @ RealityLapse says
It really is my dream to become a writer someday and work in publicity or just publishing in general, but if I couldn’t write I think it would be amazing to be a drawer. I love anime and manga, and the art of drawing (if that makes sense) has always been beautiful to me.
Shelley Coriell says
Hey guys, Author Shelley Coriell here. I am LOVING all of these!!!! Everything from sand art to ice sculptures to musicians. Your chosen arts are so unique and come from the heart. Rebel would approve. 🙂 As for me, I love to sew, but I’m not the fashion designer type. I’m intrigued by the idea of making quilts. I’ve never sewn a quilt, but the idea of making something beautiful and whole out of bits and pieces is lovely. Oooo…maybe a quilt out of worn denim.
Definitely a dancer!!
Stephanie H. says
In my wildest dreams I would be a photographer that gets to travel the world, capturing parts of people’s lives. I love taking pictures and I think it would be amazing to travel to all these different places and capture the various surroundings including people, landmarks, weather, animals, etc.
Thank you so much for the giveaway!
I would be a painter <3
I would love to be able to draw. I can barely draw a straight line!
Stephanie T. says
I’m actually a violist and I used to take art classes, which we did art in general. Painting, oil pastel, pencil sketches, etc. It was really fun! I would love to continue that.
I would love to be a fantastic singer! Or maybe play the piano or violin! :))
Samantha Pfeffer says
If I could be any kind of artist I would want to be a author. I love books with all my heart and would love to write one that people would read and fangirl over the way I fangirl over books!!
Diana D. says
Already working on one day being a graphic novel artist! But besides drawing and painting I’m actually really fond of weaving scalemail shirts and would love to have a business selling them! <3
If I could be any kind of artist, I would love to be a singer. (Does that count?) I find all kinds of voices inspiring and I do try to sing…but I think that I sound like a cat that got it’s tail stepped on! I still try!
Thanks so much for the giveaway!
Rachelle Saylor says
I would love to be able to play the violin and also be a painter!
I would love to be a cake decorator, oddly enough. Yum!
Cristina Escalante says
I would like to be an actor, or an sculptor.
Stacie C. says
I would want to be able to draw. All I can draw are stick figures and even they don’t look good. Also I would want to be a contemporary dancer. They dance so beautifully that I always cry when I see a dance.
Id Love to be a sketch artist
Daisy R says
I would be a sandcastle artist. Because I could spend all day outside, and those things are amazing. Thanks for the giveaway!
Mandy R says
I would like to be a painter
I’d love to be a YA writer, a nature photographer, or a fashion designer XD
I’d love to be a combination–a Pianist, illustrator and photographer. I use to play the piano and draw a lot when I was a kid and I love photography.
Jennifer Hiner says
I have always dreamed of being a writer or a clothing designed as i just love creating stories and drawing fashion ideas i always consider my ideas nothing important but i still kinda want to do something like that
I would dream to be a writer. I’ve always loved writing, I’ve written several stories and its always been a great outlet but I wish I could do it as a career. I actually have had many dreams where I am a published novelist, and too many times I have thought I wish it were real. Thanks for participating in the hunt!:)
Gabrielle Carolina says
I would have loved to be a mixed media artist or to have played the electric violin. But there’s still time!
I would love to be a songwriter
Jordan White says
Besides a novelist, I’d love to be a fashion designer 🙂
If I could I’d be a photographer, taking awesome artsy pictures of everything!!
Tiffany Webb says
I would love to be a glass sculptor/blown glass. Dale Chihuly is the best. 😀 Thanks for the giveaway!
I’d love to be a director or an actor– I really love the theatrical arts and seeing how they can be used in films and such :)Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
Beth Ervin says
I think I’d like to be a photographer. A picture is like capturing a moment in time forever… there can be so much feeling and so many memories all wrapped up in 1 photograph.
Elaina Watler says
I would love to be able to do film animation like in the disney movies!
Amy @ The Reading Realm says
I would love to be a characterture artist! Not only do they have amazing drawing skills, but the great ones can also make you laugh!
I think I would be a tattoo artist or a painter. But like the really good type where the picture is coming off the page.
Melissa Robles says
I would love to be an opera singer. There’s something liberating when singing in such a high pitch. Thanks for participating in the hunt. I love it!!! 😀
Sofia T. says
I’d like to be a photographer!!!
I would like to be a spray paint artist that could duplicate a photograph for its landscapes.
Von P. says
I dream of being a pianist once but that never happened. I’m already 21 and I don’t think I will still have more time to learn how to play a piano. 🙂
if i could be an artist i’d just take one of my hobbies and turn them into a career 🙂
i play the violin and i love to write. also, the art of paper cutting is something i’d do… i suck at drawing, but paper cutting is very close
Lea Krnjeta says
Writer which I am trying to be and a musician. It has been my dream to learn to play drums and a guitar. Thanks for the giveaway 🙂
I would be a photographer.
Shan Uy says
I want to be a photographer and a writer
I’d love to be a musician or an author, for sure. 🙂
A painter and a writer!!
Besides writing, which is something I am working on now, I would love to be one of those glass blowers. I love watching them at the Ren Faire. Sadly, I know I couldn’t handle that much heat indoors.
Thank you for holding this contest.
Michelle (Michaela) says
Well, I went to school for Opera Performance but ended up not following that dream due to unforeseen circumstances. I miss the singing and the performing, though, so I think I’ll say that! (I really should just look into local stuff, huh? LOL)
I would LOVE to be able to draw amazing, realistic portraits of people. Pencil and paper is just fine, but having that talent is something I always find amazing in other people.
I would like to be a sketch artist like the ones that sit around in the Tuileries or the Spanish Steps. My mom is an incredible artist, but I can’t even draw a straight line across lined paper. (No, I’m really not joking about that!) I bought a few water colour prints in Italy, one after I watched the guy finish the second half of it. It’s just something I would love to do if I could! (:
I would be a tattoo artist.
Rachel Spring says
If I could be any type of artist, I would be an author. I think that counts as an artist, anyway. I would love to have the talent of writing in me, but I don’t. I can’t even write a 2 page paper for English. Anyway, thanks for a great giveaway!
My email is centerstagegirly AT yahoo DOT com
Carina Olsen says
Drawer. If that is a word 🙂 I would love to be able to draw. Like drawing my favorite characters from books. <3 I love looking at amazing fanart. Sigh. And it makes me so jealous that I cannot draw :p Grrr. Anyway. Thank you for this amazing giveaway 😀
Sarah O. says
I would love to be a singer or dancer but I can’t sing and never got the opportunity to dance so they stay in my dreams. =)
Sculptor. I took an art history class a few years ago, and I was blown away by photographs of Bernini’s pieces – it would be incredible to create something so life-like out of stone.
I think I would love to either be a tattoo artist so I could meet a lot of people and create beautiful different art every day or make pottery. I love how the clay feels and it’s so much fun to sit and spin for a couple hours not having to think about anything else.
Congratulations, Sharrice! According to random.org, YOU are the winner of the GOODBYE, REBEL BLUE deluxe swag pack featuring a beautiful custom-made sea glass key chain! I’ll contact you via e-mail to get your address.
When I was little I wanted to be a dance teacher. I’d still be good with that, but maybe professional crafter? Travel the country and sell crafts at fairs.
Alexis Holpin says
I would love to be a book cover artist. 🙂
I would be a painter I love the fact that you can make different textures with paint! 😀
Ariel T says
I would want to be a singer, because I love music and singing. But I think being a painter would be cool too. I have little artistic ability, but I love looking at paintings and drawings.
If i had any talent with art i would love to be a tattoo artist 🙂
A tattoo is something special and very personal for most people.
I would love to hear their stories and creat something special that matches those people and their story 😉
If I could be anything, I’d be a guitar player just because the guitar is such a beautiful instrument and I wish I could play it
I think I would be Tattoo artist with great deal of talent to tattoo even the most complicated tattoos 🙂
Jessica Russell says
I would be a painter!
Cathy T says
If I could be any kind of artist, I would definitely love to be a Dancer. There’s nothing I love more than watching dancers move their bodies in such fluid and graceful ways. Seeing the passion and determination they have to move up in the dance world inspires me!
This is a great question! I love being crafty and making things! If I could be any type of artist it would be a musician. I wish I could play the guitar and the piano and the saxophone 🙂
I would love to be a painter! I love art!
Angel @Angel Reads says
Thank you so much for taking part.
I would be love to be an drawing artist, if that makes any sense.
I love drawing but mine are just not that good enough to be an ‘artist’
Viridiana Ruiz says
I would love to be a cake artist, and to decorate out of this world cakes!
Megan D. says
Oh gosh, I don’t think I could narrow it down to just one. There are so many artsy things I’d love to do. I’ve always wanted to be a writer but I would also LOVE to be a ballerina. I like to play around with watercolor too so I suppose being a painter would be just as fun.
I’ve yet to try pottery or learning any kind of musical instrument though both are definitely on my bucket list!
Amber C says
I would totally be a painter!
I’d want to be a photographer. I love taking pictures and capturing all kinds of moments.
I would be a photographer, especially of the outdoors! Or a singer, if I could sing well. I just think that would be really fun.
Thanks for the giveaway!
Tonnelle Driesen says
I would love to be a dancer, I love to dance but I am not any good. I just dance when no one can see me, lol. 🙂
Kimberly B. says
Hi there! Well, I would say “writer,” but I’m working on that, so I’ll pick a skill I don’t already have: painting! I’d love to be able to depict my own characters. Thanks for the great giveaway!
Rachel @ Paper Cuts says
Ooh, hard question! I loooove singing, so I imagine I’d want to be a singer! I don’t even know what kind–guess I’d have to figure that out! 😀
I would like to be sport commentator 😀
I love sports 🙂
If I could be any kind of artist, I’d love to be able to draw! I just don’t have an eye for it…
Bailey Orr says
I’d love to go into visual development or animation, such as making Disney or Dream Works movies. It’d be amazing to see characters that I helped create come to life and inspire people from all around the world!
Camilla Leonard says
I’m an actor, and I would love to major in that in college, maybe even continue. Acting has been my passion for such a long time…it just makes me so happy!
Brianna C. says
Does an animator count? If so that is what i would want to be. I would love to work for Pixar or Disney and be the person to help create the next Toy Story or Brave…
Kate C says
Well I’ve always wanted to own a handmade candy store. So i guess a candy maker!
Kellani Arnold says
I’d be a musician because it’s what I’m good at, and what I’m working on now. Otherwise I’d be an author or a ballet dancer.
I’d like to be an author, because to me, the art I find the most beauty in is reading, and I’d love to be able to recreate that beauty for others to enjoy:) If that even makes sense! Hehe.
I would like to be an wild life photographer, traveling the world, see new places, meet new people, cathcing the beautiful landscapes on film.
I would love to be a singer–I love music, yet I cannot, for the life of me, sing.
I would want to be a nature photographer. And be able to travel around the world to capture the beautiful landscapes.
I would like to be an opera singer and travel the whole world as I’d be invited to sing at big opera houses. But thing is, I can’t sing. Like at all.
eli yanti says
Actually I want to be movie director
Saleana Carneiro says
I want to be a belly dancer! I’m currently taking classes but I have a long way to go!
I actually do play piano, but writing is my passion!
I would love to be a mural artist, but unfortunately my skill lies in sketching on paper.
Katherina Vo says
Honestly I would love to be one of those people at the fairs and carnivals who draws caricatures of others! They’re always so funny 🙂
Hannah M says
I would like to create picture using interesting things like pretty stones or bark or glass. I think making stained glass would also be really cool.
Jessica R says
Honestly, if I could be any kind of artist I’d want to be a so-called “triple threat” (acting, singing, dancing) because I’ve always dreamed of being on Broadway. Musicals are one of my favourite art forms. 🙂
I’d be a synthesizer player, I love to play it but I am at a very beginning stage 🙂
I’d love to be a paper mache or origami artist because then I’d always have something to occupy myself with when out somewhere, as long I’d have paper!
Kimmy H. says
I think I would like to be a better drawer. I would love if I could draw more realistic things. Thanks for the giveaway!
Megan R says
Well, I do drawings, so I guess I would say that I wish I could be a painter. I have always wanted to be able to paint, but it’s just so hard.
Katherina Barney says
I would like to have it all, of course. I would like to be a musician of the piano, chello, violin. I would like to be able to sing like Celine Dion, Carrie Underwood, Kelley Clarkson; basically I want to be able to sing well. I would like to be able to sketch/paint with any kind of paints-water colors, oils, etc/sculpt. Be a graceful dancer. You get the idea. But I would like to think that being an avid reader makes me an artist.
Cindy C. says
Wow! Great questions. Something that I’ve always wanted to learn is to paint! I do write stories and I do draw, but I’ve never painted. That would be a great to learn!
Me? I’d like to be a painter! I’ve got no artistic ability whatsoever, and that makes me very sad 🙁
Mary M says
I would like to be an artist, where I could create beautiful objects using my hands. I could create them from my dreams, and from my imagination, I could depict lands that only I know about, I could create the people who I care about most and keep them with me forever, never to be forgotten…
so yes, I would like to be an artist, using my hands.
Kathy @ My Nook, Books & More says
I would love to be a baker. I follow a lot of talented bakers that make incredible edible artwork. I would love to quit my job and open a bakery! Thanks for being a part of YASH!
I would love to be able to sculpt. It’s one area of being an artist where I like the final piece.
Brooke G. says
You see, I’m already a bit of an artist, so this should be a simple question to answer. I’d love to be–already am, actually–a writer. Writing is an art, and you, as an author, should know this. Eventually, I’d like to be an author, but for now, I’m still a writer. And the difference–because there is a difference–is that I’ve yet to be published. Truth be told, I’m still working on the actual book, but I plan to get published. A mind as great as mine deserves to be acknowledged. That really is the only art I’m good at. I make art with words. Of course, I’d love to be a painter or a colored pencil artist or a dancer (seeing as how I have absolutely no skill in those areas), but if anything, I’d love to be a great author. Because, right now, I know that I am only a good writer. Eventually, I’ll get there. In a few years or so, look for me on the NY Times Bestsellers.
Jessica @ The Midnight Bookworm says
I’d love to be a graphic designer for a publishing company (and possibly plan to get my master’s degree in this, but I’m definitely taking some classes on the subject before I decide for sure). I’d love to do the cover art for YA novels (since I read a lot of YA).
I would most like to be able to both play the piano and paint. I took a semester of piano in college and could only get to a certain point before my mind couldn’t comprehend it anymore 🙁
Luisa Valente says
I would be a painter because I would love to show the things I describe with words with colors. It would allow people to see what I see in my own head. Also, I always thought that painters have such an amazing gift and I sometimes envy them for it.
I would love to be some sort of musician! Probably a singer! I’ve always wondered what it would be like to have a crowd of people screaming at you to sing and to inspire people with your lyrics! Thanks for the bonus giveaway! 🙂
Christina T says
I would love to be a mural artist, doing works like Roman/Italian Frescos for blank and drab walls giving them life through art.
I think I would be a glass blower because I have always been fascinated by it.
shubhi singh says
I would probably be an actor 🙂
Arlene V says
Thanks for the extra giveaway! I would be a professional tenor saxophone player, because I played in high school and absolutely loved it.
If I could be any kind of artist, I would want to be a contemporary dancer. The way they dance is so amazing and inspiring. Thank you for the giveaway!
Ashley Jellison says
I would be an actor. Just to share art in a way that so many see. If that doesn’t count, then writing:)
Kayla DeGroote says
What an interesting question! I think I’d either be a dancer or a tattoo artist. Two totally different things but secretly I love both of them, just not quite good at them! 😉
Well, there are too many artsy things that I’d love to do for me to give an straight, serious answer, so I’ll have to say I’d like to be…
The beret-wearing kind of artist.
Thanks for being awesome!
Shelley Coriell says
Shelley, again. I’m particularly impressed with the broad array of arts you all are interested in: literature, fine art, culinary art, technological art, and performing art. If I could be a performing artist, I’d love to be a cellist. Such exquisite, soulful sounds! Keep the ideas coming. The contest is open until Sunday at noon PST. Joy & Peace!
I would be a Piano Player. I always want to play and try teaching myself but that didn’t work out that well.
Tiffany Drew says
Yikes, this is a tough one! I think of all the possibilities, I would love to be a painter. I actually enjoy painting quite a bit but I am absolutely horrible at it. It would be nice to have the ability to paint what I actually want and not end up with something that can never see the light of day again 🙂
Zairah Divino says
I would definitely be a writer–and I have every intention of being one, too. 😉
I wanna be a performing actress 🙂 or a writer
I would love to be someone who creates collages, decopatches and writes poems and stories. Anyway that I can show my creativity across would be perfect!! Especially being a writer…
If I could be any type of artist I would want to be a nature photographer. I love the idea of capturing things that people won’t normally see. Right now I also wouldn’t mind becoming a masterful clarinetist…. I have a band concert coming up and I have to admit my music is still not sounding so pretty! So if that could happen…. 🙂
Thanks for participating in YASH and also for hosting this incredible giveaway!
I’d love to be a comic book illustrator C:
Sven S says
I would love to be a scriptwriter and make a show like Supernatural 😀
Thank you for the opportunity!!! Stop-motion animation always fascinated me as a kid! I have a huge collection of Sylvanian Families figures so I think if I had the equipment and talent I would do something as unusual as that with my collection!!!
Thanks for giveaway! Hmmm.. I think I would love to be violin player. I was always fascinated by violin.
Amber hsu says
Thanks for this opportunity!
As for a kind of artist… I think I’d love to be someone who sculpts with clay and makes little figurines and such~
I’d be a writer, books are my oasis when i’m stressed or worried or just generally upset, and i would love to be able to do the same for others
I have so many artistic dreams, but I have always loved animation. I know most animation is digital these days, but since I was a little girl, I wanted to be an animator, making amazing Disney films! I did go to school for painting, though… that’s also been a love of mine. I just love art! Thanks very much!
Monica R says
I would want to be a violin player or a graffiti artist! There’s something romantic about the violin and graffiti ridiculously amazing! By the way I lived the deleted scene for Goodbye, Rebel Blue!
The Spring YA Scavenger Hunt is officially CLOSED. Thanks to all of you artists and dreamers who entered! The winner is SHARRICE, who would love to be a tattoo artist or potter. Thanks for stopping by, and thanks for celebrating the artist in each of us. Joy & Peace!