Freedumb is the grafitti artist (my alter ego) in my art. He bombs my art and for some reason I cannot stop him! I was inspired to continue to draw these little cities and people.
I wanted to share a random ink sketch I created during the month to practice my worlds and marbles. This was early October and I think I have improved since this time. But I was proud of the challenge of ink and the motivation to draw another sketch after i’d finished the first inktober challenge.
Im really enjoying creating these little worlds and thinking about creating a bigger series in paintings.
This is maze 4 of 700+ and I have to say looking back that practice definitely helps. Although Im impressed with the pieces and the design its was definitely basic to what I’m creating now. The maze was drawn in pencil and traced in sharpie on a 8×11 piece of paper and probably took 3 weeks to complete. In comparison I could draw the same piece with a animal in it in less than an hour!
I never could have gotten to maze 700 without number 4 and I’m grateful and inspired by the journey of haven drawn and developed my mazing style. As well as the art therapy the maze work has provided along the way.
You talk about the shoulda, woulda, coulda’s about your sports career. Every practice, game, family team meeting Sideline Daddies make sure that we all know he used to play, but some excuse stopped him from becoming a professional athlete,