Drawing plan 60: Waffle, wack, wallop, wham, whimper, whip

Drawing Plan 60 Kissing Rock Formation Chiricahua National Monument

Hi, friends, for the drawing plan 60, I thought about giving up Tuesday and Friday daily blogging. Once before, I brought it, but I didn’t which days. Also, I choose those days because each previous day is the start of many tasks. Then, if I give myself a break the next day, I will have an easier time. Therefore, let’s give Vye a break and waffle over to the next drawing plan 60.

During the drawing plan 60, I think about how I can squeeze more juice for my rock studies. I want to ramp up to ten a day, so having more time will allow me to do a few more. Doing rock studies is vital to my growth because it will teach me how to break down shapes. In other words, I can identify what looks like a square or a triangle or even a circle. Then I can on top of that, and I can illustrate and work on the details later. Thus, let’s get more time to rock studies, and let’s wack over to the drawing plan 60.

Drawing Plan 60

Today’s drawing plan 60, at 8:30, I will guide a small group of Aspiring Artists through the Art DIET Education. It’s a Meetup group. I started to push myself and helps guide others who want to improve their artwork. Education is also a fundamental part of learning to draw because when we work with different teachers, we will see similarities or differences that may warrant questions in our minds. For example, a teacher might show how to draw rocks using primitive shapes while another might illustrate them using a Zentangle approach. Otherwise, the review is useful. We will also go on YouTube or other teaching platforms to learn. Anyhow, lets wallop over to the end of the drawing plan 60.

Art DIET Education Demo

Finish Line

Nevertheless, let us close out with the rock study drawing of the Kissing Rock Formation Chiricahua National Monument. Finally, at the end of the drawing plan 60, a few related articles might interest you.

Drawing Plan 60 Kissing Rock Formation Chiricahua National Monument
Kissing Rock Formation Chiricahua National Monument

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