Finished sketch


I’m not sure if you notice if I added anything. I had the left corner to work on. Here is the finished sketch. I’ve been done with this sketch for the past few days.

I’ve worked on it for a while the past few days. This was a quick sketch, but the coloring is taking a long time. I’m going to be playing the patience game. But it’s totally worth it in the end.

One thing I’ve noticed that I’m improving on is feeling no fear when I draw these. I get cramps and sore. Sometimes feel like flinging my arms in the air like a crazy man. Then you come to realization that’s probably not the best way to deal with the problem.

So I take a break to make the soreness go away. I don’t get lost it just takes a long time to finish. I could just make little quick drawings, but for some weird reason within me. I only want to draw these huge challenging drawings. I like challenges in life, if I were to make “easy” drawing like pancakes. I doubt my skills would improve.

I used to be full of fear and anxiety before every drawing, line or color I put on the paper. but now it’s as if I feel nothing. The inner artist is starting to come out I believe. I’m noticing a lot of change. I get this feeling of bliss.

It’s in the moments where you don’t want to be where you improve. Drawing helps me a lot in life, it might sound crazy, but you’d have to be me to understand. Or maybe all the artsy people understand me. It teaches you a lot about life.

With the sketch being done. What do you see in this image? Remember the answer will not be given, but only hinted towards.

Look closely, obsereve the dark shaded areas and use that imagination of yours.


47 thoughts on “Finished sketch

    • Had to look that word up. An animal from the horse family. That’s something new I learned. Interesting… I’m thinking you have the correct idea. Great imagination!!


  1. I don’t think its a zebra. Else it would have had the striped pattern. I’m guessing a horse or a donkey (if you are simple) or a mule (if you are fancy)πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‚

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