DONE IS BETTER THAN PERFECT


When I am home in the evening and I don't want to end the day not having drawn something, I draw the first thing in sight, come what may. Last night, I wasn't shooting for a masterpiece, but rather for ease of movement, and an eye-hand-support reconciliation. The first thing in sight was my kitty lying next to me, moving around too much for me to get a full sketch out of her -- but whatever. My hand moved, my eyes observed and the support, albeit digital, did what it was supposed to do. So it wasn't perfect. But I drew. 

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