I filled a 100 page sketchbook during the month of May, thanks to the Sketchbook Challenge.
I noticed a few things.
- Moleskines, which were invented by Hobbits, will never replace my trusty, all-purpose sketchbooks. I do not love the yellow pages, and they don’t take my favorite pens’ ink well. I enjoy writing and making notes in them, but I think they become a large part of the art itself, rather than just containing the art. Still, I intend to try the watercolor variety – I painted in this one quite a bit.
- I produced the 7 Fish drawing because of this challenge, and came up with two other ideas that I’m working on. For that alone I am very glad I did this.
- I’ve never completely filled a sketchbook before this – I always leave a few pages blank.
This was totally fun. It feels like I just finished a really great novel and already miss the characters.
I posted all the sketches (except one really good screw up, and the two really good ideas) on flickr.
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