My Daily 10 Minute Sketchbook

My goal is to do a quick 10-min sketch everyday but it's not always possible.  This process is inspired by Kesh over on Youtube.  I've learned that if I write it down on my to-do list, it's more likely to get done.  I have early morning, late night, and 3am sketching sessions.

I'm hoping to breathe more life into the faces I create.  They need more shadows, facial expressions, costumes, jewelry, and some type of job or purpose.

Each day is different, sometimes I can get a sketch done in 10 minutes and other times I struggle for 30 minutes.  I use this sketchbook and a col-erase pencil.


One way I'm doing that is with fan art as well as drawing faces from different age groups and backgrounds.

In the past, I've stayed within a sort of comfort zone.  But now I'm ready to break out of that and push myself into new territory.


One thing I do know is that this direction feels good.  Because I'm looking at the photo I don't have to guess or make up details as I go along.  I hope that is builds up my memory box for when I need to create new faces in the future.

I will have another update at the end of the month!

If you would like to sketch along with me please enjoy this free flower girl drawing lesson!

P.S. All of my online art classes are 20% off this month.  Use code: NEWSTART2018 at check out.