Hi, friends, for the drawing plan 67, yesterday, my feelings went back to normal. Also, I noticed that many of you send me likes on my previous blog post. Thank you for that. Besides, I was planning on visiting you all to see if I’m interested in the content you produce. My goal is to make new friends collaborate on projects, or even bounce off ideas. Therefore, I’m okay now; let’s bash on over to the drawing plan 67.
During the afternoon, Imaginative Illustrators of NYC met, and I was excited that my rock studies were paying off. The Meetup had also given us some prompts, and I had chosen to go with the pirate prompt because I worked on Table Rock Formation. The rock formation is interesting because one, it’s located in China off the coast of Dalian. Besides, it has a relaxed shape of a platform table-like structure. However, I haven’t yet mentioned why it’s paying off! Thus, let’s beep bleep about that in the next set of the drawing plan 67.
Drawing Plan 67
During the Meetup, I got excited about drawing the table rock structure while fitting in my pirate setting. Also, I always start with concepts and push them aside and use them as reference for the money shot. In other words, Trent Kaniuga created a template with a box layout to place concepts. The more giant boxes will house the main scene. Each iteration, I use a blue pen to sketch out my idea, then I go over it with my confident lines. Therefore, I’m thrilled that I can put things together quickly and recall my practiced rock study. In the end, let’s boom over the end of the drawing plan 67.
Nevertheless, let us close out with the rock study drawing of the Pinnacle Rock Heart of Rocks Chiricahua National Monument. Also, I will leave you with a question in the comments, go ahead and try to answer it. Finally, at the end of the drawing plan 67, a few related articles might interest you.
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What is your workflow when you are thinking about concept art or creative work? 🤔