It’s day 28 of the Find Your Art Style Experiment. Today, to stop over analysing myself I decided to try an exercise from a Sketchbook Skool Course. The exercise is by an artist called Jonathan Twingley who suggests spending six days doodling random things without thinking about it too much. Then to cut them out and put them together.

Instead of six days, I have decided to draw today and then spend this weekend doing some more drawings off-camera, which I will then try assembling on Monday.

doodle faces

Today I just created some very simple doodles, messing about with different lines and shapes and seeing what happened. However, I might throw in a few more realistic drawings at the weekend when I can relax a bit without videoing. I also need to draw something other than faces so I can mix it up a bit!

doodle red faces

There’s not much else to show you at the moment, but hopefully, I can pull something together on Monday. Have a great weekend

doodle faces on brown paper

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