finish 8 sketchbook this year

finish 8 sketchbook this year - student project

 

  1. I had a lot of ideas about what I really want to do. I chose to finish 8 sketchbooks this year because I wasn’t overwhelmed by it, and there is a high chance that I can connect it to my other ideas later on throughout my journey. And by the way, I realized you wrote a blog post not long ago about sketchbooking, so I will definitely check it out, thanks for the help!finish 8 sketchbook this year - image 1 - student project
  2. I pasted some stickers (just for fun) around the thought and wrote down a list about the remaining month so I can circle them if I am able to finish a sketchbook per month.finish 8 sketchbook this year - image 2 - student project
  3. It was harder than I thought at first to come up with good ideas for this part of the project, but in the end, I was able to spot really useful starting points for moving in the right direction.finish 8 sketchbook this year - image 3 - student project
  4. Me and my future self. I put a question mark above my future self because I know that even if now I think that I want to be an independent artist who makes her own stuff, I remain open to other outcomesfinish 8 sketchbook this year - image 4 - student project
  5. For me, this was the hardest part of the project to come up with a good solution.finish 8 sketchbook this year - image 5 - student project
  6. I already started this project, so I share some shots for proof

    I made some copies from my favorite animated movie Spirited Away:finish 8 sketchbook this year - image 6 - student projectfinish 8 sketchbook this year - image 7 - student projectfinish 8 sketchbook this year - image 8 - student project