One line is all it takes to fill a page.
I may have to make wallpaper with this type of pattern.
That’s it for tonight. Y’all’ve been swell.
Can you find the two ends of this line? I made them fairly obvious if you know what to look for.
If you can stand to follow them, be my guest. Start from one end and see if you can reach the other.
I call this one Beltway because it was the first word that came to mind.
It’s on an 11×14 sheet in a snazzy sketchbook.
Pardon the low-quality file and strange lighting and weird shadows.
I won’t complain if you don’t.
Honestly, if I start to upload things this way, you’re going to get sick of my drawings.
Not because of the image quality, but because of the frequency of those uploads.
I doodle a lot. On a lot of different things.
Well, I hope you don’t (whoever you are).
This drawing reminded me of a shrub or topiary. Then I realized my affinity for our leafy friends. I’m going to keep that idea in my head when I draw, so as to structure my compositions while remaining spontaneous.
If that makes sense.
I guess the drawing doesn’t always have to be framed perfectly so long as it’s able to be seen.
I take for granted the beauty of imperfection,
And I wish I had more patience with myself.
That being said, this is a big step.
This is among my very favorites. I used a Uniball Jetstream pen, as perfect a writing utensil as I’ve ever encountered.