Hi, yesterday, drawing plan 59; I worked on the usual items, but then I had to host Imaginative Illustrators, and that’s when I got hurt. My buddy’s car broke down, so I stepped up and took over the meetup. Everything went fine, but as I was drawing, I noticed that I was running low on inspiration. I ignored the feeling and tried to push through. Then, towards the second half, I felt empty inside and hoped that people in my group would give me a bit more love. However, it was mostly silent, so I quickly passed my turn to the next artist. Therefore, for the drawing plan 59, I was hurt, so let’s fizz along to the next step.
Baby Spoon Driving to Hike
While I wrote my morning pages, I thought about reducing the amount of drawing plan 59. In other words, I want to take two days off from writing these blog posts. Also, it will give me a chance to use the hour for illustrating. Additionally, I can use the other day to connect with my audience. For example, I can go on the WordPress reader, and see what you all are up too and try to connect. Thus, for the drawing plan 59, two days will allow me to reach you and improve my art, so let’s flick over to the next set.
Drawing Plan 59
Today, for the drawing plan 59, I’m planning on doing something fun. For example, I have a PS4 and Final Fantasy Remake, and it hasn’t seen the light of day. Initially, my mother purchased the game for us when we were in high school. I remember walking into the electronics store, not even sure why we went to them in the first place. Our mom didn’t know anything about the game, but I think she knew that it would bring us joy. Wow, I looked up that I was ten years old when released in 1997 for the PlayStation. Anyhow, let’s close out the drawing plan 59 and flop over to the finish line.
Nevertheless, let us close out with the rock study drawing of the Majestic Hvitserkur North-West Iceland. Finally, at the end of the drawing plan 59, a few related articles might interest you.
One response to “Drawing plan 59: Fizz, flick, flip, flop, flutter. Glug, glup, groan”
How do you prevent yourself from being hurt after you lose inspiration during a drawing session? 🤔