Hi, friends, for the drawing plan 62, while I wrote out my morning pages, I thought about my inability to write my blog. Then, this weekend, I’m going upstate to Lake Placid. Hopefully, that doesn’t give you the image like the movie. However, I’m worried about my regular routines. At one point, I spoke to Nenad from Dronstad blog about when he does his writings. He suggested that I write through the day and get bits of it done if time is an issue. Therefore, morning pages are no joke useful, so let’s boom, boo-boo over to the next set of the drawing plan 62.
~ Lake Placid ~
For the drawing plan 62, do you ever get one of those days where you don’t have anything to write? Then, you start going to other paragraphs and writing what you know because it’s routine. Then, still, you need to come back and write out something. At least people will know you exist. Also, I was hoping that something substantial would hit me during my morning pages. I write to them in the morning to think about my concerns. I seem to be in a fog today. Therefore, let’s find a way to give each other good vibes and push through and crackle over to the drawing plan 62.
Drawing Plan 62
Today, for the drawing plan 62, Aspiring Artists will meet at 8:30 AM to illustrate topics on Art DIET Tracing. Tracing is an integral part of learning to draw because it will make it easier for you to quickly break down your images and start focusing on the fun aspects. It’s also essential to learn the different line tools to improve your line weight, quality, and simplification of complex shapes. It’s vital to practice. Otherwise, your mind will start to forget, but you don’t want that, so go out there and build strong links! Therefore tracing is an essential part of learning to draw, so let’s choo over to the end of the drawing plan 62.
Nevertheless, let us close out with the rock study drawing of the Isle of Skye. Finally, at the end of the drawing plan 62, a few related articles might interest you.
One response to “Drawing Plan 62: Boom, boo-hoo, boom. Crackle. Choo-choo!”
How do you get back into writing? 🤔