A 5 second car

This is a car I drew one day.

It took about 5 seconds, and my mind was somewhere else.

When I took a closer look at it I actually liked it a lot.

I was not able to recreate it either.

So I thought “Why not post it?”.

So here it is, my five second car:

15 thoughts on “A 5 second car

    1. Thank you, Alexandra. I’ve been having a go at quite a few techniques and mediums for the last four years, in hope of getting more experience and finding Β«my thingΒ» in it all. It’s been great fun, and I’m starting to see a certain style emerge ☺

      1. You are welcome.

        I have been looking at your work, but today I decided to leave my feedback to encourage you. I like the way you draw it’s very personal and with emotional. At least, it’s how I see it. πŸ™‚

      2. I’m very glad you decided to do so, then. It really means a lot πŸ™‚

        I feel like everything I create, in all mediums, are very personal. Which is strange sometimes, because there’s not always much in it to “give personal stuff away”.

        My reason for creating a blog written in english was to be able to reach as many people as possible who are interested and passionate about the same things as me. But it was also a way for me to keep it away from family or people I know seeing it πŸ™‚

      3. I’m happy that my commentary made you feel this way.
        I’m writing in english for the same reason as you, reach the right people and keep it away from the wrong ones.

        I will visit you and leave my commentaries. Big kiss!

  1. Love it. There’s clearly something helpful about doing exercises where you force yourself to do something quickly before you can overthink it.

      1. πŸ™‚

        Btw, I am not able to follow your blog coz the “follow” button is missing. :-/

      2. Hmm.. that’s odd. I know it’s been working for others, so I don’t quite know what causes it, then.. If you want to follow there’s a email sign up sheet on my front page ☺

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