So I went down to the Old town and ended up having a nice little sketchcrawl of my own. It was drizzling on and off today and it stimulated me to practice fast sketching (proven to be the best kind of sketching). Apparently, if I don't sit down, I draw better, more precisely and definitely more expressively. So: bye-bye, folding chair, I guess.
Yesterday I finally got myself a James Richards' book. THE James Richards' book. GREAT STUFF! Naturally, today I tried to implement all the knowledge I drew from reading the first three chapters. And if you read the book, you can clearly see it in these sketches below:
|Keep in mind the vanishing point!|
|Create the depth by forming fore-, middle- and background|
But on my way back home I let myself relax a bit and get back to the thing I like the most: drawing unsuspected people who was unlucky enough to be on the same bus I ride. But this time I also drew cars!