As summer ended, and everyday life settled in, there’s been periods with limited time to paint or draw.
I do, however, reserve at least 10 – 15 minutes a day where I get to do a quick doodle or paint work, or work on a bigger project.
It’s a goal I set for myself a few months ago, and I’ve been able to fulfill it so far.
It can be a bit tricky, though. I often have to foresee small time gaps during the day where I can pick up a pencil, pen or brush and get to it. Especially when I’m away from home, and if the schedule is pretty packed.
So if I’m not able to manage it during day time, I’ll end up doing it after (my intended) bed time.
Anyway, I’ve been having some fun lately trying to make out some low-key comics.
I posted one of them in a recent post, and decided to have a go at another one during a quick session some days ago. The unofficial name I’ve given it is “On the line”.
I just got the whole setting on my mind as I was doing something completely different, and decided to put it to paper that same evening to see how it ended up.
I was a bit short on time, and the drawing is not very good, but this is the result (At least I think it’s a bit fun..) 🙂