My holiday was filled with Christmas cheer and water painting. I made three greeting cards, two ornaments and a tree straight out of a Winnie-Pooh cartoon.
Drawing prompts are meant to induce creative thinking and hopefully, if we’re really lucky – action! I’ve seen lists of drawing prompts as long as my left leg and I always feel overwhelmed by them. I much prefer bite-sized prompts that keep my options limited and focused.
If you’re anything like me, and oh Lord Jesus I hope you’re not!! – you probably sit around at your drawing table staring at a blank sheet of paper wondering what the hell to draw.
Even though deadlines are approaching, I can’t be stopped from buying and playing video games. I WON’T be stopped!! 😉 Batman: Arkham City is incredible fun, and I just picked up the Uncharted Dual Pack with game 1 and 2. So far, I’m enjoying the adventure. And what of the “Wooden” animation? Oh yeah.. that. 😉
A 9 year old challenged me to a drawing contest where the subject was a unicorn and it’s moods were happy and sad.
My friend saw the storyboards I drew over the weekend and asked me, if I was the only person working on the project, why would I need storyboards? She also noted that it looked like much time and effort was put into the creation of them. Wouldn’t that time be better spent just animating?
These are good questions and she has a valid point.