Drawing plan 69: Stoked stoked. Clash, clash. Mistakes.

drawing plan 69 Geodes

Hi, friends, for the drawing plan 69, I survived upper endoscopy. The wildest thing is anesthesia. I remember going out slowly as I lay on the operating table. Then when I woke up, I saw the nurse. Then, I asked the doctor how long was I out? He told me 20 minutes. When I came out of the anesthesia, I didn’t remember anything. The doctor also mentioned that he explained his findings, but I don’t remember him talking to me. In the end, I’m glad I’m okay and stoked for the drawing plan 69.

For the drawing plan 69, I spoke to my friend Michael about hosting Imaginative Illustrators. Michael wanted others to step up and come up with prompts. He has hosted many times and needs a break. I thought that is a great idea, and I will indeed mention it during our meetup at 6:30 pm. If you didn’t know, Imaginative Illustrators meetup is where you can draw alongside other members and present your ideas to each other. Also, I encourage you to go ahead and join Imaginative Illustrators if you have a creative bone to pick. Therefore, let’s help each other out, clash the drawing plan 69.

Drawing Plan 69

During the last few day’s was about illustrating cubes. In particular, I’m creating 250 sheets of cubes because a friend from Aspiring Artists introduced me to a website called drawabox.com. The challenge is interesting because not only will you draw many boxes, and you will go back and correct all 250 of them. Upon writing, I realized that I must create the boxes using a ballpoint pen or similar. Therefore, no erasing is required, and making mistakes is suitable for the drawing plan 69.

Finish Line

Nevertheless, let us close out with the rock study drawing of the Geodes. 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 69, a few related articles might interest you.

drawing plan 69 Geodes

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