I copied this design from my friend's table cloth, which was in black and white, and then colored it with water color. It was a very quick sketch, nothing I put much thought into, but I really like the way it turned out. Funny how the quick and dirty things we do often turn out the best.
I am currently working up the nerve to start using my new sketch book (given to me as a birthday gift by my talented friend and fellow EDMer Anna, check out her blog here) . Why is it that by the end of a sketch book, I don't care what a sketch looks like, I just paint and draw for fun, for practice, to pass time, but the first few pages I get a silly idea that it has to look good and be perfect and get struck by performance anxiety. Anyone else have the same problem? How to get over it?