I love to draw, but often I can’t seem to fit it in my day. But when I’ve spent a moment of me-time with my sketchbook, the feeling of calmness, creativity and contentment are reaching high levels.
Sometimes I feel a bit anxious before putting my pen on paper, cause there are no command Z buttons. And the perfectionist in me expects a sketch that’s flawless.
That’s why, after following an online lesson on Skillshare by Rich Armstrong – Titled: The Perfect 100 Day Project; Your guide to explosive creative growth -, I have started my own challenge; 100 days of Taiwan.
Everyday I posted a new drawing on my instagram feed, which showed the things I found peculiar of Taiwan. Not to make fun of the country and the people, but more as a reminder of those small quirky things we otherwise forget.
I started from a sketch in my sketchbook. Easy cause I can carry it around wherever I go. The next step was making the drawings on my iPad in Procreate.
Curious to see the drawings? Click here.
2 thoughts on “The beginning of DOT”
Love the phone pictures and 7/11 one. Classic.