I won’t spend anytime apologizing for this sketch. I took a wonderful workshop yesterday with Adebanji Alade, who is a wonderful evangelist for drawing every day. I’m more sure that when I’m sketching, that I know that it’s just sketching. Sketching shows your problems as well as your practice and your skills, and perhaps that is what makes sketching so powerful.
The above sketch represents the first of many everyday sketches, I hope.
In thinking about Cogtoys, I know that sketching is a powerful tool to connect concepts to reality. I hope to continue to draw landscapes and objects and figures and gestures. At this point, I can only get better. So I will continue to sketch and, I hope, to share the sketches.