Isto, supostamente, é para ser feito fluídamente e esboçado, por ser um exercício, não um trabalho efectivo que outros vão ver, mas dado ser a primeira tentativa, acabei por refinar os esboços. No caso em questão, um tipo levou uma ave exótica para uma cafetaria e estava nitidamente a tentar dar nas vistas através do pássaro, empoleirado no ombro. O bicho estava a incomodar as pessoas com o barulho que fazia, mas o dono decerto pensava que o estavam a mirar devido ao pássaro. Por issooo, acabei por desenhar o que gostava que tivesse acontecido… ;)
My girlfriend suggested once that, since I saw things and “thought” them in sequences (by default), it made more sense that I’d doodled short actions or stories instead of just sketching figures and compositions when we were out. I think she was onto something; basically, just start off with some scene that catches my eye and build from there, depicting it as happened or letting theimagination fly.
This is supposed to be done fluidly and sketchy, as it’s an exercise of practice, not an actual work to be viewed by others, but given it was my first attempt I wound up finessing the sketches. Case in point, some guy took his exotic bird out to coffee shop and was obviously trying to get attention through the bird, perched on his should. The thing was annoying people there with all the noise, but the guy surely thought they were looking at him due to the bird. Soooo, I kind’a drew what I wished would’ve happened… ;)