Prompt #1 – Trump frolicking like a nymph
What better April Fools’ Day prompt can I get than the fool in chief who believes climate change is a Chinese plot and that ‘clean coal’ is actually is worth falling further behind in the renewable energy race.
Tell me lies, tell me sweet little lies.
If you’d like to suggest a prompt for my April drawing-a-day challenge, please add it in the comments! This month’s theme is Earth Day.
Earth Day is this April and considering the rise of anti-science sentiment in the government and amongst populists, I want to raise awareness via art.
Each day in April, I will be making a new illustration to celebrate our planet and the sciences we use to understand it. This is where you come in. I need some prompts of things you’d like to see to further those goals. It can be something simple, like an animal, or complex like a habitat. It can be a scientist or a scientific principle. Whatever it is, I’ll try to draw it and add some context.
Sandhill Cranes represent the interconnectedness of our planet. They migrate long distances every year. Some subspecies don’t migrate, but they are suffering habitat loss.
Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot,
Nothing is going to get better. It’s not.
-Dr Seuss, The Lorax