Diva Challenge: How to Draw the Moebius Syndrome Awareness Day String

Hi everyone and welcome back to The Tireless Tangler! Today’s post includes a video on how to draw this week’s Moebius string for the Diva’s 348th Challenge Tile. Internet connection problems have plagued me for over a month now which has put me way behind on my Artist Focus posts and I’m dying to share this one with you but unfortunately, we will have to wait for the video upload! 😫

In the meantime, we are back with this week’s Diva Challenge, #348. Every year this time we celebrate Moebius Syndrome Awareness Day in honor of Laura’s little boy, Artoo, who was diagnosed with Moebius Syndrome at birth. Moebius is a disorder of the nerves that frequently affects the face. It is not a disease! I think that Artoo is correct when he says he’s very smart! Let’s support Artoo and others with Moebius! Get informed! This will be my 3rd try to participate. I did them the last 2 years but each time struggled to draw the string. With no printer and fitting it on a tile, I never came up with anything I wanted to publish. Of course, a lot of that was my lack of courage! This year, with new confidence running through me, I made a video on a simple way to draw the string free hand. Camera issues are being solved! Each video is a learning process and I’m hopeful the quality will improve over time!

Here is the YouTube video along with my tile for this week! I’m hopeful this will help someone out and if not you can smile at my silliness! You will find a donation link for the Moebius Syndrome Foundation in the video and links below! It’s a worthy cause so please give generously! As always, please remember to subscribe!

Here’s my tile!

 

For more information on Moebius Syndrome:

Http://moebiussyndrome.org

 

For the Diva’s post on this challenge:

Iamthedivaczt.com

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