The difference of 25

Creative blog. You can participate for free and without registration. Timetable:
-1th of the month: new theme on the blog.
-before 21th of the month: mail your artwork to
-25th of the month: collage of all the artwork on the blog

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Theme 46: What's for dinner?

This month theme is all about food. You can make pictures, paint, write a poem or a story, you can even add your favorite recipe.

You can send your artwork or textfile to until the 30th of March. Get inspired by these pictures, by the food you cook or the restaurant you're having dinner. Hmm this sounds as a good excuse to book a restaurant very soon! Enjoy!

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Gallery of...Let's go wild

Welcome back to the gallery of The Difference of 25.
Wild, wilder, who is the wildest of us all?
Is it the tiger of Naomi who is eating meat? The picture of the legs matching the sofa of Paula, the horse dressed as a zebra of Caroline?

Or is it the colorful tiger of Gerda, the leopard-cow of Greet, or the leopard being much too cute to be wild? I hope you all had a lot of fun making the artworks.
Enjoy watching the gallery. You can scroll down to see all the artworks separately. I hope to see you back!

Go wild: Naomi Simmer, Eindhoven, NL

Go wild: Paula Betlem, Brussels, Belgium

Go wild: Caroline, Breda, NL

Go wild: Gerda Simmer-Elzenaar, Eindhoven, NL

Go wild: Greet, Utrecht, NL

Go wild: Roos Utrecht, NL

Saturday, February 11, 2017

When domestic animals want to go wild...

Welcome back! What happens when domestic animals want to go wild? I really feel a little sorry especially for the dogs.
Just want to share these pictures to let you know funny combinations can be made too! No rules. Let's go wild without limitation or what is genetic possible.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Theme 45: Go Wild

Welcome back to the 45th theme of the gallery of 25. For this theme we will go a little wild. Get inspired by the beautiful patterns of these animal skins. You can make it as wild as you want.

Animals may be included as well, as long as they are WILD ones. The only limit is that you send your artwork before the 22th of Februari. Hope to see you back!

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Gallery of roosters

Kung Hei Fat Choy! Happy (Chinese) New Year!
Today starts the year of the Red Fire Rooster!
The Rooster a is proud, confident and perhaps a bit eccentric animal. They are hard-working and punctual, after all, roosters are up at the crack of dawn...
Fire is associated with warmth, passion, spark.
This means it will be an enterprising and fruitful year. A year of resolve, achievements and to get things done. If you were postponing any projects, the Red Rooster will lit that fire into you to get it accomplished.  

The rooster is self-assured and loves beauty and perfection, sometimes he is a bit vain. Use that energy positively to "show off" your best side and your best work.
But take care: you could get breathless and impatient, don't get frustrated by the desire to "get it all done NOW". Try to stay focused and centered, keep an eye to the full project or goal you want to accomplish, then go for it and achieve those goals!

Thank you Corine, Paula, Eveline, Mariete, Greet, Dr. Bored, Gerda, and Caroline for sending your artwork!
Scoll down to see all artworks individual and enjoy!
Let's try to achieve our goals!

Rooster: Corine Matser, Utrecht, NL

Rooster: Paula Betlem, Brussels, Belgium

Rooster: mariette jongen, Utrecht NL

Rooster: Greet, Utrecht,NL

Rooster: Eveline, Bilthoven, NL

Rooster: Dr. Bored, Breda

Rooster: Gerda Simmer-Elzenaar, Eindhoven, NL

Rooster: Caroline, Breda, NL

Rooster: Roos, Utrecht, NL

Monday, January 23, 2017

The year of the rooster

In Chinese astrology each zodiac year is not only associated with an animal sign but also with one of the 5 elements metal, wood, water, fire or earth.
2017 is a fire rooster year which starts at the 28th of Januari.
The year of the rooster will be a powerful one where impressions count. You'll want to look your best and have good intentions in love, money and business.
Stick to practical and well proven path to be successful. Avoid risky business. Loyalty, commitment, hard work, family values and excellent appearance will be rewarded this year! 
More inspiration you can find on my pinterest account rooskluvers.

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Welcome back! Theme 44: Chinese year of the rooster

Welcome back to The Difference of 25.
Almost a year has passed. What happened? I got a new free-lance job and had little time left for the blog. But secretely I found myself looking for drawing blogs to attend to start drawing again.
I need to have a deadline to complete something, I have to admit.
I am not sure how many followers we still have, but let's give it a try!
This is my absolute favorite theme of the year: the Chinese New Year.
This year it will be the year of the rooster. the new year starts on the 28th of January.
So we have only 2 weeks to finish the project. If possible send in your artwork on the 27th of January. Or latest the 28th of january. Later this week I will tell you something more about the year of the rooster. all the artworks can be send to:
Hope to see you back!
PS. New on the blog? See all info in the about part of this blog

Monday, February 8, 2016

Gallery of Monkeys

Kung Hei Fat Choy! Happy (Chinese) New Year!
Today starts the year of the red Fire Monkey!
Fire brings passion, creativity and joy. The year of the monkey is one of openness, tolerance and innovation.
It  will be one of positive change. Improve your life and make it more beautiful! It is time to shake things up and innovate a new path. Even the most ambitious plans can succeed.
Just don't trust the wrong people!

Thank you for sending your artwork! There was little time, but thanks to Susan, Eveline, Dr. Bored, Naomi, Gerda, and Caroline we managed to make the gallery today!
So scroll down and enjoy!
Be sure that this year will be a year to remember!

Monkey: Gerda Simmer-Elzenaar, Eindhoven, NL

Monkey: Dr. Bored, NL

Monkey: Caroline, Breda, NL

Monkey: Eveline, Bilthoven, NL

Monkey: Naomi Simmer, Eindhoven, NL

Monkey: Susan Hol, Chaugey, France

Monkey: Roos, Utrecht, NL