Oh Mr. Frank Lloyd Wright I wish I could tell you how cool it is that you don’t place your entry doors on the front of your houses (they are on the side of the house) but I’m sure you already know how cool that feature is. • Seeing this architects work is always inspiring and as many times as I have seen/studied his design I learn something new every time. Tell me, who is your favorite architect?
Markers, pens, Pencils Oh My 😱... When I’m working on a project (and I’ve been working on some deep ones lately) these tools just fall into place on my desk and I love it expect for when I search for a marker for an hour because it’s so unorganized 😡. • My mind has been brewing over new content and I need your opinion on it. Are you on my mailing list? Get on it because I have several questions to ask you and I promise to give you a good freebie that will only be available through my email friends.
My favorite hand rendering technique is using the broad stroke. I use it in 90% of my hand renderings for walls, wood veneers, mirrors, and more and it’s very easy to create. • Want to know more about this technique and how to use it? You better be on my email list because I have some cool stuff planned to hit your inbox soon including all my secrets to rendering. • Get on the list above 👆🏻and grab your free line drawing while your at it.
All of my marker strokes, lines, and points in one 👌🏻. • Working on an ebook for ya with all 👆🏻and videos that show how I use each one. Pretty cool right? • Happy Sunday Friends!
I’ve been told more than once I need to stop using my straight edge when I draw and render but I have tried over and over and I always go back to using it. Maybe it’s because I am a perfect person and I want my lines to have a crisp, clean look? Maybe I need to stop trying to be so perfect with everything I do and just let it go? (My kiddo tells me this ALL THE TIME)! I even listened to a powerful podcast this week from @amyporterfield and Brooke Castillo from @lifecoachschool (those two ladies could rule the world) about doing work on a “B” level and how it’s better than producing nothing at all. Point taken, but I’m still not putting down my ruler/straight edge 😜. Here’s to straight lines 👆🏻and “B” level work. Are you a perfectionist? If so, how do you deal?