Indiana Jones


  • Work: 1707
  • Size: 17" x 14"
  • Medium: Graphite and Charcoal on Paper
  • Sessions: 10
  • Start date: 6/2/2020
  • End date: 6/13/2020


A Complete Art Morning

I’m excited to say that I had a complete art morning and was able to move through the drawings with calm determination.

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A Good Balance

I’m experimenting with a new daily routine to lower my anxiety of trying to get so much done throughout the day. I expect it to take several days to dial it in and find a good balance.

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Exposing My Weaknesses

Most of the exercises I’m working on every art session are challenging me and exposing my weaknesses that I never knew I had.

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Covered With Charcoal

The Indiana Jones drawing is coming together nicely and most of what is left just needs to be covered with charcoal. Similar to my hands after each session.

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Refreshing My Motive

I spent some of my rushed art time refreshing my motive on this Indiana Jones drawing and getting clear on what direction I want to take it.

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Too Close to a Copy

The Indiana Jones drawing is looking great but unfortunately it’s too close to a copy. I’ve either lost the motive or didn’t have it fixed in my mind well enough when I started.

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Preventing Monotony

One of the keys to preventing monotony within a daily art practice, in my opinion, is to commit to several different daily practices.

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A Morning Full of Art

I’m happy to say that I’ve had a morning full of art and creativity and it is so exhilarating after the last two days of minimums.

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Communicating Complex Emotion in a Drawing

Today, even though I don’t have as much time as I would like to work on art I’m struggling with communicating complex emotion in simple materials, charcoal and graphite.

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Indiana Jones Drawing Started

I’m a bit behind at work so I spent more time getting things done there today before getting the Indiana Jones Drawing started.

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