I could refine this drawing more and edit some of the crosshatching but I really don’t have the energy for it so I’m calling the Sheldon Cooper drawing finished.
Previous Sheldon Drawing Posts
- Working My Brain Hard
- Back to Sheldon Cooper Drawing
- Drawing In a Hurry
- Conservation of Values
- Describing Form with Crosshatching
- Calm and Productive
- Transplant Anniversary
- Sheldon Cooper Drawing
Warm-up and DrawABox exercises
The normal 15 minute warm-up in graphite.
The challenges continue with the 250 box challenge. The few errors I have on this page are very slight and I’m very happy with my progress now.
One Minute Gestures
I feel as though I’m beginning to develop my own method for seeing the gesture in figures and recording it quickly. It’s a combination of what I’ve learned from The Natural Way to Draw and Steve Huston’s book Figure Drawing for Artists.
Daily Composition and Sketch
I sketched my cat Sullivan then did a composition of an elderly man taking out some trash.
What went well, what was awesome! Celebrate It!
I was able to get a good amount of time in art today and call this Sheldon Cooper drawing finished.
What needs work? What did you learn?
My energy needs some work right now, I’m going to take it easy on my workouts for the next few days.
How am I going to Optimize moving forward?
Paying attention to all the data given by my Oura ring and making sure that I balance my rest and diet.