February 9th, 2009


It's Apparently Not The Weekend Anymore

Since I only have one day off a week I guess I lose track of the days rather easily.

This bit of posting isn't one of substance but rather idleness.

I can't even think of anything to say, really, other than

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    And that's that.  I had gotten into the habit of working on Penny at work but work's gotten busy to the point were I no longer had any free time.  Though this is a good thing because if a waiter's busy then that means there's a lot of business.  I should probably develop the habit of working on it at home.

    Instead of  reserving home for idle sketches, brainstorming, studying, and practice.  Setting aside the constant war with my own gaming habits.  I'm proud to say that I haven't played a videogame in weeks.  I'm sad to say that I've instead idled away my time with stupid robot ideas and sketches of female characters with the physical proportions of porn stars.  Despite probably being better served drawing sketches of Bellevue based on those photos I took.   I still have trouble visualizing the spatial relationships between objects, which is one of the most basic things you're supposed to get in perspective.  I can envision the perspective of a single object (and my mind tends to fudge locations and buildings, even interiors, as "single objects") but I trip up when I have to add another one into the mix.

    Incidentally, this is why all of my sketches that aren't simple design sheets are always light on detail aside from the central focus of the picture.  Because I'd put something there but it wound up looking silly so I erased it.


    What do you mean "What about Penny?"