Hi, creative individuals, for the drawing plan 89, I wrote my morning pages, and I came across a way to create flow for my art. Last night, I wrote in my journal about not having any fun while illustrating. Also, I’m focused on fundamentals, and it’s draining me. While I was writing, I asked myself how to find a way to enjoy the creation process. For example, I love to make morning breakfast. Besides, I enter everything into Cronometer for nutrition tracking. Therefore, I’m considering illustrating cooking and nutrition topics to improve my art flow for the drawing plan 89.
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Afterward, I thought about including my narrative about creating my rocks studies for the drawing plan 89. For example, I need to record my voice and even text, like a transcription with audio. Then, I can go through some of it and include it in each blog post. While I was thinking, one tool came to mind, Otter.ai, which has an app for any device and can be used to record your event. For instance, when I found a YouTube video, How to Start Making Art Again by Robin Sealark, I fell in love with the explanation and decided to make a text version. Also, the great thing about Otter.ai is that it includes the recorded audio. Thus, I want to try adding more narrative about my rocks studies for the drawing plan 89.
Nevertheless, let us close out with Inside the Gila illustration for the drawing plan 89. Also, the location is near the cliff dwellings, New Mexico. Besides, if you search on Pinterest for the Inside the Gila, you can compare how I captured the features. Meanwhile, choose to use part of the image on Pinterest. For example, I want to get better at drawing rocks, so I zoomed into the section with the broken piece of stone. As time went tick-tock, I tried to measure things out and placed things where they belong. Eventually, my time limit of 12 minutes expired, so I had to stop and label my work. In the end, Inside the Gila was a challenge, and I hope to come back to it for the drawing plan 89.
How do you create a narrative while you draw? How do you get your art flow going?Go ahead and try to answer the question in the comments for the drawing plan 89
To wrap up, I leave you with a question, go ahead and try to answer it. Also, you can reach out to me on my contact page and shoot me an email. Finally, for drawing plan 89, I leave you with a few related articles that might interest you.