I have some major projects going on right now so I’m making some transitions to how I work daily at least for the next couple weeks.
I plan to cut my art time down to about an hour a day until I have some major web projects completed. Once that is done I’ll be back to spending more time on art.
I’m also going to stop doing the YouTube videos for that time and keep these posts super short. I’m even thinking about stopping the daily posts in favor of weekly posts, but that is still TBD.
BUT! I’m still going to be creating every single day, not matter what, that will never change.
Fandom Fitness Drawing
I worked on the dark mark a bit today. I’m trying to get the ghostly shape looking like it has some sort of form but not too much. It’s a hard balance to achieve I think. After seeing the image in this format though I know that I have lot of work on it still.
Previous Severus Snape Drawing Posts
- Constant Check In With Your Motive
- Everything Ready at Hand
- Day to Day, Keep Showing Up, Keep
- How to Feel Accomplished With Every
- Self Compassion
- The Last Number in the Combination
- Sleep! Your Creative Power Plant
- Motive is the Root of Motivation
- Showing Up on the Hard Days
- From Average to Warrior
- Create Space for Inspiration
- Three Art Tips in One Post
- Patience and Consistency
The normal 15 minute warm-up in graphite.
What went well, what was awesome! Celebrate It!
My AM art focus is deep and uninterrupted now. It’s super important that when I spend less time on art that when I do have I have maximum focus.
What needs work? What did you learn?
I’m making some transitions with my time and working to balance art and life.
How am I going to Optimize moving forward?
I’m cutting out everything that I don’t feel is absolutely necessary.