I blew up my shut down routine last night to establish ideas for 3 new paintings. This is one.
I’m tired of doing bad drawings. Today I focused and spent more time.
Working together to create something worthwhile.
I feel that the best way to show confidence is with a speech in front of others.
Most of my time during the day is spent getting ready for my upcoming show.
A crazy day spent running errands and my energy is drained while drawing.
One of the major mascots of our current lives, the hummingbird.
Pattie suggested that I do drawings for her website so I’m looking for intersections with her content.
Listening to The Art of Impossible and all the information about neurobiology.
If we could only convert the motivation from gaming into art making.
Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.
I moved back to drawing while I wait for the pear tree painting to dry.
I’m searching for different subject matter that includes a figure but is more dynamic.
I was able to bounce back last night and get a great night of sleep.
I didn’t sleep very well last night so I thought the feeling would make a good drawing.
Today was a crazy day and this drawing illustrates it well. Hope I can balance all my boxes!
This is a quick drawing of my interpretation of what focus looks like.
Peak performance demand grit and struggle is the fastest way to skill.
Taking an off day and doing a bad drawing in the process. haha.
If you want to see what creativity looks like, find someone deep at work.
A different take on perseverance.
What makes up grit? Perseverance, fortitude and determination.
There are two types of motivation. Intrinsic and extrinsic. Guess which one is more enduring.
Dealing with a bit of sleep deprivation today but I got my drawing done early.
Life, like making a movie, is full of mis-takes.
I’m reading The Art of Impossible and Steven Kotler is talking about fear.
The first post on this website back in 2012 was of this cool video.
There are so many new and different possibilities for figures when working from photos.
Having fun being as expressive as I can with this figure drawing.
I’m playing with how to visualize purpose.
Reading The Art of Impossible by Steven Kotler and was inspired to draw a surfer.
Another example of an amazing artist that created masterpieces with less than perfect materials.
I need to do some deep research on Chuck Close and create a bank of wisdom of his life.
The one thing that will make you better at everything. Sleep.
This drawing is related to a post over at CreateQuest and may become a thumbnail soon.
I took my time, focused and measured to create a better portrait.
I picked one of the first images I saw from a bank of images I purchased from Artstation.
I went to shutterstock and drew the first human image I saw.
I love just picking an image from my bank of figure images and just drawing.
With all my web development work I need more creative time.
I was drawing and dancing while listening to fun music!
I tried a different photo and went horizontal but car trouble interrupted my drawing.
A quick sketch for an upcoming CreateQuest video.
You might seen this same drawing appear as a thumbnail image on CreateQuest.net.
Another one of the figures that I was planning on painting in the future.
This is one of the figures that I was planning on painting in the future.
I spent 30 minutes focusing on the head from my latest painting trying to better understand the form.
I’m going to move to drawing for the next few days.