Hi, friends, yesterday, for the drawing plan 66, I went skiing indoors at the American Dream and learned a lot from my friend. He told me the biggest problem is angulation. My form needs to look like a “less” than or “greater” symbol. Also, I saw that I’m leaning back sometimes. Leaning backward will force you to fall on your head. When I ski downhill, my edges don’t catch the edges, and my rear skids on the snow. Also, if I don’t correct my technique, I will slip on steeper inclines. Anyhow, let’s try to ooze over with the drawing plan 66.
Earlier, for the drawing plan 66, Aspiring Artists met over Zoom to practice Art DIET, and it was fun. I remember enjoying the feeling of guiding a person who is eager to learn and improve their skills. Also, the best part of Zoom and Meetup is that collaboration is vital. In other words, we are both learning from each other. He suggested I practice my artwork from a website called a draw a box. I don’t know too much about it, but it’s a place that gives you many challenges. For example, it asks you to illustrate 250 boxes. Aspiring Artists was fun, so let’s plop over to the drawing plan 66.
Drawing Plan 66
For the drawing plan 66, the rest of the day was mostly downhill, and I don’t mean skiing. For example, I wasn’t feeling well. I wished I had somebody to talk to who understands my feelings. However, I was trapped and left alone. It’s so odd, a friend of mine told me that there is no such thing as a good friend. Please don’t depend on people to have your back and friends have limitations on helping you through your feelings. It’s also odd to me because I see movies all the time, when people go out to the bar, and the friend shows the other a good time to cheer and support them. Anyhow, I guess that’s why they call them the movies, so let’s pop over to the end of the drawing plan 66.
Nevertheless, let us close out with the rock study drawing of the Natural Iron Pyrite Huron Peru. Finally, at the end of the drawing plan 66, a few related articles might interest you.