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Sterling Sinclair Demonstrates How to Draw a Curve and How to Fill in Between the Lines of Auracatures using a Feather Quill and India Ink, Friday October 13, 2017

Sterling Sinclair Demonstrates How to Draw a Curve and How to Fill in Between the Lines of Auracatures using a Feather Quill and India Ink, Friday October 13, 2017

Auracature by Sterling: The Art of Visual Healing  
In these to short videos, I am Demonstrating: drawing a delicate, smooth arc and Filling between the lines when called upon. 
This meditative, therapeutic art form is mesmerizing to watch. I innovated this process and artistic strategy for counselling sessions. In 2008, I was mentored/trained using Auracatures to facilitate and encourage wellness at a Natural Medicine clinic. 

Therefore, now my Auracature Art intuitive wellness sessions include a finished, positive, Auracature on board. 

During the sessions, notes, negative information, processed information, and/or drawn illustrations are done on paper most often with a black Sharpie.

The positive, life affirming results of the session inspire the Auracature art piece (the size of board increases as the session time increases. The most commonly requested session length is 120 minutes for $200 which includes one 8″x10″ Auracature on board. 

Clients who want an Auracature but do not want a session can sit with me at my art table and watch as their Auracature is drawn. Other than for portrait artists, this opportunity is fairly uncommon. The prices range from $120 for a 5″X7″ to $600 for a 32″X32″ Auracature on Board. 

As you can see, I really do draw Auracature Art with a feather quill and India ink. There is no calligraphy tip and chamber inserted. The quill tip is cut off at about a 60 degree angle. The quick is removed from inside the quill so that ink is drawn up into the quill. 

Demo: Filling with the Feather by Moving a Puddle of Ink – Auracature
  
Auracature Demo: Drawing a Smooth Delicate Curve with a Feather Quill
  
Cool eh?! S

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Psychic Sterling Sinclair How to Draw with a Feather and Ink Auracature Style September 23, 2017

Psychic Sterling Sinclair How to Draw with a Feather and Ink Auracature Style September 23, 2017

  
No experience or artistic talent required. This is a fun introduction to drawing with a feather and ink Auracature style. Participants will take home their own art – drawn on a plaque to display. Limited spaces available. See you there, S 


Psychic Sterling Sinclair Teaches Auracatures – You can be a Certified Auracature Artist Too – Here is a Refresher Illustration of what is an Auracature, October 20, 2016

Psychic Sterling Sinclair Teaches Auracatures – You can be a Certified Auracature Artist Too – Here is a Refresher Illustration of what is an Auracature, October 20, 2016
  
Here is an Auracature refresher to those who are learning to record them and fans of them. 
Auracature images are principally characterized by their simplicity, interpretive quality and most of all their characteristic drape. Auracature is a language that is cellularly (not spiritually) communicated through each individual line bearing the specific drape. Anything not fitting these qualities are not Auracatures. 

We can think of it this way – the symbol for love in American Sign Language is NOT shoving your middle finger into someone’s face, OR the letter “A” is not written as: “flower” in one English word ( such as “flowerflowerrdvflowerrk” for “aardvark”), and “sky” for another english word (such as “cskyt” for “cat”). Although Auracatures can look like amazing pieces of art, they are read by each individual characteristic line corresponding to the Auracature language. 

In the Auracature illustration, these are the gold standard of Auracature images. Entire 4 hour readings are done from these simple, elegant lines. I will be able to teach you how to read these.  

To become a certified Auracature Artist, the artist will need to master these shapes and understand their meaning. I am here to teach this and help you achieve that goal. If you are drawing, keep up the good work. After successful completion of the LVL 3 course and assessment, Auracature artists will receive their Auracature Artist Certification. How cool is that?!

Until that time, and at any level, the Auracature Process may be very helpful to the aspiring Auracature Artist. 

If Auracatures have inspired you to be a traditional psychic or spirit artist, that is fabulous. That fills my heart with joy. 

But:

Please try not to publicize or mistake inspired pictures as Auracatures. Most authentic Auracatures almost look like random lines or scribbles. 

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Blessings, S