Wanted to share the full line up of lady heads I drew for my new Skillshare class (here's the link if you want to check it out: https://skl.sh/2Y0cF8y)
I really enjoyed penciling these girls up. It's a hard thing to explain, but over the last month or so, as I've gotten back into drawing, I've noticed a real shift in it's maturing.
My style seems to have once more shed it's shell, and solidified into an aesthetic that feels more 'me'.
Strangest of all is the simple satisfaction I feel when I'm able to sink into my creative zone and just draw. There's no longer any friction or reservation. My illustrations form through a more streamlined evolution that seems effortless, even though effort is still very much required.
Because I still pull out the eraser to fix mistakes and amend the inevitable flaws that'll arise in my work. I guess I've truly accepted that this will always just be part of the process, and have come to terms with the understanding that this is very much okay.
And that maybe I enjoy that challenge, just a little.
I think that's what's allowed me to relax and let my art work breathe again. Hopefully it shows through too. I feel like it does.