My friend and I have a cute little mason jar in our apartment, and last night I decided we should fill it with wishes.
It’s a totally silly project, but here are the wishes that I’ve put in so far:
-I wish the Easter bunny had wings
-I wish people would put a little love in their hearts
-I wish Dane Cook was my BFF
-I wish everyone would just hug and get along
-I wish the fairies of smell-goodness were real so I could tickle them
-I wish pickles came on pizza
If you’re wondering what my friend wished for… you’ll have to ask her, yourself. 😛
I’ve stumbled upon some amazing sketch books and design sites online which have inspired me to practice developing different concepts such as dimension, perspective, line, and shade. This sketch is really a study in dimension more than anything else. I still need lots of work to pull all the areas together, but it’s a step in the right direction. The perspective still needs a LOT of refining; this one switches angles all over the place.
Here is another doodle for you guys. There’s no rhyme or reason to it. I just needed to squeeze some practice in before our next Sketch Crawl. It’s really a practice in perspective alteration* and a study in motion.
*No butterflies were harmed in the making of this piece.