Day 127: This was a Tired Drawing, and I hated it at the time and the anatomy is really suspect, but - I like this a lot, actually.
This. Okay, her spine is broken, but this? This was an absolute joy to
draw, and it makes me really, very happy to look at. I mean, drapery and
a beautiful lady and a halo - the only way I could hit any more of my
own buttons would be to have made her hair caught in the wind or
129: This is a very different piece, but I like it a lot. Working with
angles instead of curves, and hardness as something other than an accept
130: I was aiming for something in specific here, and while I got it,
it doesn't really belong in the rest of the book? I don't know - it's a
drawing I like, but it's obviously something different from something
simply coming from me.
131: I, uh. Really, really like this one. This is something I want to
re-approach in a drawing or a painting, or at least work with again,
because something about it really does click. Again with using hardness
as a main focus and softness as an accent...
132: And then we have a drawing with no hardness in it at all, and a
lot of artist notes from the lecture I was attending at Illuxcon.
Day 133: This is a perfectly acceptable drawing. Nothing special, not much to say - more Illuxcon notes, and not much else.