I found this task a really good opportunity to really observe the subject I was drawing and notice the details in a way I wouldn't if I were drawing faster. I also noticed I was pressing harder than I usually do when I draw
I have never really enjoyed drawing 'energetically', I find I'm never satisfied with the results in the way I am when I go slowly. Probably because I am not as present with what I am doing so my proportions end up being odd.
I don't usually fill a page with my drawings so this was an interesting challenge.
Struggled with motivation with this drawing. Missed out bunnies tale!
I really enjoyed drawing cans of food flat. It's the kind of thing I would use to practice getting a rounded shape so it felt nice to do the opposite with it
I found this quite relaxing to do up until my pen ran out of ink! Never mind
I spent a lot of time trying to decide which drawing to transform and in the end I couldn't do it. For me, each drawing is an important part of the story of progression and experimentation and by changing it at a later date I feel I'm losing part of that story so I decided to skip this one.
I really enjoyed working on the bird on day 3 so I thought I would revisit it but combine it with the technique I used on the colours day. I really didn't like the result and ended up drawing in pen over the top which introduced another aspect from some of my other drawings.
Always loved the colours and textures of lichen so I thought I would give it a go