Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Here's what I sketched today
In the past, you loyal readers of this blog have been really helpful clearing things out for me, like whether the writing is as important as the drawings in a sketchblog, or how much do you care about color with sketches. Today I'm coming back with another question: how important is the timing of the sketches? Do you care that I drew this today? What about if it was a couple of days old?
I've been thinking that I should be posting things as I draw them, creating words that read more like a journal from one day to another. Otherwise the continuity gets lost. Well, I lose the continuity, it's not her fault.
With the sketch above I would then tell you that today was raining outside —what a novelty around here, ha?— the bus on the way home was half full... etcetera, etcetera. I'd try to make it more interesting though. I would add that during my morning commute I ran into this fellow from New Jersey that started talking to me about a million things, basketball, soccer... etcetera, etcetera.
So, tell me what you think: post as I draw versus posting things out of order. What would you like best?
Labels: Riding the bus