Hi, friends, for the drawing plan 42, yesterday, I went to the doctor to get my annual physical. I haven’t done so for a year now, since the COV-19. During the visit, I was impressed by how quickly they moved me from room to room and got me setup. Also, the longest part was waiting for the sonogram. Otherwise, everything went well. Anyhow, let’s try to move to the drawing plan 42.
In the evening, my friend Michael and I hosted our Wednesday Imaginative Illustrators of NYC or IINYC for short. Also, the prompts for this week were a soup dragon and rescue dog. Besides, our variable prompt was national bow tie day. We had ten or so artists join. Everybody did an excellent job coming up with their interpretations of the topics. Anyhow, let’s move to the drawing plan 42.
Drawing Plan 42
For the drawing plan 42, we will have the tracing art DIET Aspiring Artists live stream at 8:30 AM. Man, that is starting to be a bit much. Also, I need to consider breaking it down into two parts. Click, screech, let’s try to explain the two parts.
The art tracing experience covers line quality, weight, and simplification of structures. These tools, when mastered will allow you to focus on the fun parts of your drawing. Much of the hard work comes from building a strong foundation before proceeding to the next steps. Bawl, belch, let’s move to the other part.
Aspiring Artists of NYC or AANYC is a place where we work collaboratively to learn the drawing techniques. We use Zoom and work through the tools and share our work. During the event, we will teach each other and question our material to make sure we are on the right track. Finally, let’s waft, and wrap up the drawing plan 42 and move to the finish line.
Nevertheless, let us close out with the rock study drawing of the Arches National Park, Utah, USA. Finally, at the end of the drawing plan 42, a few related articles might interest you.