Once Upon A Dream…

I was thinking about what to draw next and took inspiration for this artwork whilst re-decorating my room. It all happened when I came across a dream catcher, which I felt the urge to add to my existing collection. (I’ve always been a fan of dream catchers and have often contemplated getting one tattooed on my skin). 

Dream catchers typically comprise of a wooden circle, covered by thread, which is woven in an intricate pattern and finished with precious items, such as beads and feathers hanging from the bottom of the circle. 

The Dream Catcher originated from native America and is thought to have been invented by a tribe, with the purpose of protecting it’s young from being harmed. The concept of the dream catcher became more prevalent, as tribes began to expand across the country and tribe leaders could no longer watch over the infants of the tribe. Consequently, in the absence of tribe warriors, dream catchers were woven by maternal figures, such as mothers and grandmothers and were hung above a cradle to protect infants from being harmed in their sleep. 

Originally, to make the dream catcher, two spider webs were woven into the circle of the dream catcher. Spider webs were used, since their properties are such that they tend to trap and take hold of anything that comes in their path. Using this logic, it was thought that the spider webs in the dream catcher would trap any harmful elements in the air and provide a form of protection. This explains why the thread pattern in modern dream catchers happen to look similar to that of a spider’s web. 

Also key to note, is the circular frame and how it represents the constant flow of life; through the way the sun and moon orbit the earth in a continuous loop. Similarly, the number of different points on the dream catcher are thought to symbolise different meanings. For example, a dream catcher with 5 points is thought to resemble a star, whereas a dream catcher with 13 points is thought to represent the 13 different phases of the moon. 

In modern times, the dream catcher is said to have the purpose of catching good dreams and filtering them through the feathers to the person below. This is in addition to protecting that person from incurring bad dreams, through the motion of catching them in the ‘spiders web’. Now dream catchers can be seen across a variety of items including jewellery, phone cases, home decor etc. and are made from various different materials.

About the art:
I decided to draw the classic dream catcher but with an added twist, through combining the semi-circle of the dream catcher with a floral pattern. I then added in some detail using lines and dotting (‘stippling’), to add shading and dimension. 

I was glad to find an excuse to use my new sketch pad and drew this only using a pencil and some fine liner pens (0.3, 0.8 and 1.0 thickness). I am pleased with the result; in hindsight the only thing that I would have changed is that I would have used a circular object to draw around for the outer ring of the dream catcher, instead of chancing it freestyle, as I did above.

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What would you like me to draw next? Comment below 🙂🕷

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  1. Beautiful drawing/artwork, Hannah. Thanks for sharing the info about dreamcatcher….didn’t know spider webs were used originally….it’s quite a interesting thought to catch dreams from harming infants, infact anyone….a suggestion….drawing a mandala would be great….though with your own twist / style….of something unique….pls do give it a thought….I’m only suggesting & nothing more….and hey, nice to “see” you after some time ✨😊

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    1. Thank you Navin, for the kind words. I’m glad to be back after a much needed break. I didn’t know about dream catchers being originally made from spider webs either, it goes to show how much passes the eye! 😂 I enjoyed drawing an elephant in a mandala pattern style, it’s definitely something that I want to do more of 😊🦋

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      1. You’re welcome, Hannah….Lol@”it goes to show how much passes the eye!”….it’s true though….oh wow, Elephant, the mandala way would be magnificent….you’re a great artist….I would love anything from you….coz you always put your heart in it ✨

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      2. Hahah it’s true, I honestly felt so naive when I overlooked how much symbolism and history went behind it. Thank you, I do put a my heart and soul into my art just as you do with your amazing poetry 💖💫

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  2. Oh, Hannah, you can draw! So intricate and beautiful! I learn so much today, as I didn’t know the symbolism involved or indeed anything about the history of dream catchers. Thank you. Greatly appreciated!

    Joanna

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    1. Oh wow, thank you so much, you’re making me blush 🥰🙈 I enjoyed learning about the symbolism and history of the dream catcher and glad you enjoyed reading it too. Sending you love and light 🌸🌺

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      1. Maybe you have a great imagination too. I mean, you imagined that I read all the way through your post without skipping to the end. Perhaps I did and perhaps I didn’t – who’s going to sue me either way. 😉
        So what do you think of the challenge – is it something you could accomplish. How about this: I’ll do it if you’ll do it. 🙂

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      2. Haha maybe I had already considered that, but I was being polite 😉😂 I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t guilty of the same. The last line can give the whole concept away in some cases. Next time I’ll quiz you, to make sure you’ve done your reading 👊😌
        I’ll…think about it. I’d love to see your version of it 🙂

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      3. Wow. I’m really glad you didn’t say 5 mins, cause I was about to cry 😂 my art takes AGES to draw, hence the infrequency of my posts as I look to find time around work 😝

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      4. Your drawings are intricate and beautiful and tend more towards art than my humble doodles on the edges of scraps of paper that I snatch out of the air as they try to fly by me on the wings of passing zephyrs. 🙂

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      5. Thank you! But there is something I envy about your random scribbles on paper, which somehow resemble real life photos. Please tell me that it takes you ages to draw one? 😂

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      6. I’m not even going to mention the phrase ‘multi-tasking’ as if I think that all women should be able to do it. By the way, I saw your photo the other day and you’re not at all like I expected. Thought you would be more bookish looking (yeah, that means nerdy). 🙂

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      7. Haha, no, your writing is great. It’s just that I didn’t expect you to look like a glam model that’s all. 🙂
        Anyway, it’s irrelevant. Just ignore.

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      1. Oh, okay, I admit it. There are actually loads of drawings scattered amongst the 1,200+ post in this blog. And probably even more on my previous blog. I call them doodles. Just for fun or things I do in boring meetings at work. Still, I enjoy it – and sometimes that’s all that matters, right?

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      2. There we go, the big confession we were all waiting for 😝 We learn something new everyday, but what I’d like to know is what is your art style? Perhaps I am due a subtle browse of your blog 🤔 And it’s really good that you keep the drawing and doodles, kudos to you 🙂

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      3. My art style? Ha, I don’t know – perhaps we could call it ulta pulta style. 🙂
        But yes, you could have a look through my blog. You could even start here:
        https://robertcday.wordpress.com/2018/04/25/dood/
        And then go here:
        https://robertcday.wordpress.com/2017/08/19/inky-fambly-05/
        Actually, there are a whole slew of posts inthis series on my blog. You just need to search for them as ‘inky fambly’.
        Or even you could try this link:
        https://robertcday.wordpress.com/2017/08/07/not-pablo/
        Yeah, highlighter pens.

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      4. Thanks for the pointers…just in case I lost my way navigating your page. 🤣 Oh I like how spontaneous your art is, let hope you do more of these spontaneous doodles at work. And maybe next time, not using the back of photo copy paper 😅

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      5. Oh, you mean that what is on the back shows through. Sorry about that. Perhaps if I knew which one you mean I could check. Okay, never mind – I will do better, teacher. 😀

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      6. It’s a bit of both…the ink on the back shows through and it takes away from the quality of your work. Your work is amazing and it deserves better surfaces to be on🙂

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      7. Gotcha. I appreciate your concern and… Ah, who am I kidding – I’ll probably carry on as I am. These things are just doodles to me and have no real value other than getting me through dull meetings or boring events. I just use whatever comes to hand as my canvas and cover it with my squiggles. Let’s face it – they’re not going to win any prizes. 😀

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      8. You should draw when you’re home and have time to spare. Although spontaneous is probably more your style. As long as you don’t draw on a serviette next time…

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      9. What kind of a sense of humour do you have? I like puns and play-on-words whereas my wife prefers slapstick humour. The sight of someone falling down makes her laugh like a lunatic. 😀

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      10. It’s interesting what humour gets people. Usually my sense of humour will be a smart but cheeky way of insulting someone or just being downright silly 😜 Puns are great too 🙂

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      11. Yeah, I totally get the ‘insulting’ thing. I do that myself too. But only when I get to know someone fully. Then there is less chance of them misunderstanding me. 😀

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  3. Beautiful drawing and detailed accompinament, thank you Hannah.
    Mum r.i.p often suffered from night terrors. A mutual friend of ours bought mum a dream catcher as a present from her American holiday. We hung it over mum’s Bed and the night terrors reduces in strength.

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    1. Thank you so much! Oh bless her, so many people suffer from night traumas and nightmares, it really is an issue that gets overlooked. I love how dream catchers restore that faith for people, they really do work 💫✨

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  4. Hannah, I love your rendition of a Dream catcher…a very special one indeed. It was great to read a little more of the history of it and how it developed and evolved…and why! So nice to see your wonderful drawings again…I would love to see your version of snowflakes falling in the night sky . I am sure it would inspire me to write a poem about them:)

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    1. Thank you so much, it’s lovely to speak to you again, hope you’ve been keeping well 🥰 Yes indeed, the history fascinated me and I’m glad to have explored it 🙂 That sounds like a wonderful idea, perfect for the winter/Christmas season 💫✨

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    1. Thank you ever so much, I am glad that you like it 😃😃🌺 A butterfly is a wonderful suggestion, they are so intricate and colourful. I have used the outline of a butterfly and filled it in with the moonlit sky and sand, but it would be nice to try out a pattern instead 💞 Thanks again and I hope that you have a great day ✨💫

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      1. Yes! You are the master of THE MOST BEAUTIFUL 😍😍 designs (I wanted to see design/pattern you would do, cause I know It will be awesome!) 😁💕💞

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  5. Fascinating post and gorgeous drawing. I just love it. Have a blessed rest of your week. I love fairies, you could draw one of those or a lightening bug or Luna moth which is so beautiful. Love ❤️ to you and your loved ones. Joni

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    1. Thank you so much Joni, as always for the kind and uplifting words 🙏 Fairies are so mystical and enchanting, I like how this allows the mind to wander and explore a fantasy world 🌺🌷

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  6. Lovely artwork Hannah, and the explanation of the dream catcher topped everything for me. My sis had gifted one to us, but I didn’t know the story behind which you kindly explained, thank you 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much my friend! It’s an intriguing story, one which I feel most of us don’t know. The people selling them should provide this detail in a mini card or something, I think it would add more authenticity and value to the purchase. Thank you for reading 💞

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  7. You’re welcome Hannah and yes night terrors are often overlooked. Certainly mum’s doctor had no suggestions when she asked his advice.
    The dream catcher seemed to do the trick.
    Take care ❤️🙏💁🏻‍♀️

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    1. Night terrors can be quite dangerous if it means a person is stressed out or experiencing anxiety to the point where they can’t sleep. Sleep is such an important medicine for us all; while we rest our mind builds connections and our proteins are built up. I’m glad that the dream catcher worked for her too. Thank you and I hope that you stay safe too, during these unprecedented times 💖

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  8. Hannah💙
    I’ve literally fallen for your artworks. They are as amazing as you!!
    And what you wrote about dream catcher it was amazing. I didn’t know about that.

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    1. Aww you’re so sweet, thank you for supporting me on this journey…I’m glad to have converted you 🤗💜 You and me both, I enjoyed learning about the history, this was certainly news to my ears 🌷

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  9. Wonderfully carved Hannah …! So glad to see ur drawing after quite a long break ..! I love dream catchers , they are so very beautiful!!! I loved reading the history as well , which I hadn’t known ..! I learnt something wonderful today …!! Keep drawing ., keep inspiring..! Have a wonderful week
    Happy Diwali 😉

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    1. Happy Diwali and New Year to you too, my friend 🤗 May you have a wonderful year ahead and be blessed in terms of health, wealth and relationships with friends and family.
      It’s lovely to hear from you too, I’m glad that you liked the art and reading about its history 🌻💓

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    1. Thank you ever so much, Tony, for reading and the lovely comment. I’m glad that you see it that way, the lack of perfect roundness was bugging me 😝 Either way, I hope that you have a wonderful rest of week 💫✨

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  10. This is so beautiful! You’re so talented Hannah 😀💖 love the history and story behind dream catchers.
    I would love to see a colorful ink sketch of some ancient structure or building by you 😁

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  11. Excellent work. Not sure you need a circular object. Let your hand do it. I need to get some fine liner pens. I use normal ink after penciling, and that is so baaad with water colour afterwards.
    What will you draw next? hmm. A self-portrait?

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    1. Thank you so much for reading and commenting 🙂 I’m glad that you enjoy it freestyle, it’s not 100% perfect and circular but thanks to these comments I’m now okay with that. Hmm I’ve not tried using watercolour over fine liners, but the ink should run less than an ink pen would so it’s a better option. I’ve used fine liners on a canvass and it really dries the pen out compared to paper. A self portrait…now there’s a challenge 😉

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      1. I would say you can’t go wrong with ‘Micron’ fine liners. They are a little expensive, but they do the job well. I usually buy them in a set of varying nozzle sizes ranging from 0.05 to 1.0 thickness. Hope that helps 🙂

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    1. It’s lovely to be back again and hear from you too 💖🌺 I am very well thank you, I hope that all is well with you too 🤗 Thank you so much for the encouraging words, it really motivates me to keep going 🦋🌷

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    1. You’re most welcome! Thank you for reading and commenting, I was surprised as to how much history was overlooked with the dream catcher and I feel I’ve learnt quite a lot about it 🙂

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      1. I admire the depths with which you explore the subjects you write about in your posts. Must be your childlike curiosity, and a hearty dose of tenacity. And then there are your beautiful drawings…

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      2. I agree, it’s definitely a combination of curiosity and tenacity that keeps me going! I’ve always enjoyed learning new things and (hopefully) inspiring others too. I feel that the art stands out better when there is a story to complement it 🙂

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  12. Weirdest tree I ever did see – and where are the birds!
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