1. 20 Hour Experiment Day 11

    I decided to do a new drawing of the same JoL today. This is what I got done in 35 minutes after warm-ups:
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    This is the angle I was looking at this time:
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    I noticed I am taking more time in the warm-ups than before. I think I will be more diligent about keeping them to 5 minutes. Still, my lines and ellipsis are getting more accurate, I think.

    A complex drawing like this will clearly ...
  2. 20 Hour Experiment Day 10

    Well, I burned through my 45 minute practice session and really did not even get 1/2 way through my JoL.

    Here's what I got done:

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    Here's what I was looking at:

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    I guess the moral of the story is that even if I do get skilled enough to do a reasonable sketch of my target photo, it will probably take me much longer than 45 minutes to complete.

    So ...
  3. 20 Hour Experiment Day 9

    I was making some stuff yesterday and this morning I thought I'd try my hand at drawing one of those pieces.
    This is about 30-40 minutes of drawing, after warm ups.
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    This is what I was looking at, more or less. More, because it's the same thing in the same position. Less, because it was earlier and I was sitting, not standing.
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    That's my story , and I'm sticking to it!

    What did ...
  4. 20 Hour Experiment Day 8

    As I try to get more detail in my drawing, I find it is taking longer. However, I believe I am "seeing" more and finding ways to correct my mistakes.

    Still drawing form still lifes, here, mostly.
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    Not everything was actually in front of me.

    What did you do today?

    Happy Haunting!
  5. Slime!

    Slime! It adds a certain "ickiness" to just about anything.

    If you need your set, mask, or prop to have permanent "goo", you might try Gorilla Max Strength Clear Construction Adhesive. It dries clear and shiny. Just load it into your caulk gun and go to town!
    This mask by Allen Hopps uses this glue for the drool:
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