This is really good! I love the movement. How long did it take you to do this? You seem really quick at making drawings! And you make so many! I wish I could do more, but it takes me awhile to think of ideas and process them.
Hi. Subwolly. I'm so glad. I think I like it myself, too. At the early stage I was trying to draw a collect sketch, then I wanted to make sure how collectly I could draw, and I took a picture of my drawing, then on the photoshop, I laid it on the original photo with half shade. I found drawn hands were slightly off the right position. And I thought "Oh it is interesting". Half digital and half hand drawing came out deep effective work. It took totally a whole day. I really understand how hard to think up the idea for us. I'm always thinking about what I shall draw next, how I can make it interesting.... Recently I found that if I don't think too much, it will come out nice. Because I think if you really strongly eager to make a good one, it will be a piece which is flattering to observers. So now I try to believe in my sensibility. I can't draw ones everyone like. I have lots of ideas I want to draw...I keep them in my sketch books. I try to pick up ideas from my unconscious sources. But I'm not usually patient to complete them, so I tend to post like doodles. you have a great skill of Photoshop(or you use another application). I think what you shall do is to believe your instinct and make your world into paintings. I think good pictures including photos are what you are looking or what you sense. You have a really good skill. Try to polish your creatively. I'm trying, too. It is endless matter for every artist. All things I talked to you are what I've learned from Mike... Thanks for giving an interesting talk. Hitomi.
I agree with you! I also can't force an idea. I work best when I just let the idea come to me. If I think about it too much, I will lose interest, and I won't end up wanting to paint it. I have to feel it. I also like to take breaks, and give my creative brain a rest. (It's currently what I'm doing now.) I'm like you that I'm always thinking what I will paint next, and have lots of ideas! However, I do not know yet what I will paint next. My creative spirit will tell me when it's time. That's just how it works.
And thank you for the feedback about my work. I will trust my instinct.