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[其他] Falling back in love with sketching

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经拿滚 发表于 2016-10-1 16:05:05
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A side project

  I’ve actively been sketching at least once a day for the past few months.
  By sketching I mean drawing outside of the usual realms of thoughts, commissions, work and design. Less about concepts, more about drawing things from life; objects, settings, sometimes people but mostly architecture.
         

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         Rooftops, Copenhagen      Some call it urban sketching some call it drawing your surroundings and what you know. I just do it to stop myself from going mad sometimes.
  Detail

  Creatively, I tend to be really untidy, inaccurate, scrappy, abstract and sketchy. It’s more about problem solving than refinement.
   My desk is a tip. When writing music I kind of come up with a general idea. It’s probably slightly different the next time I play it if I haven’t forgotten it by then. When painting I do a few crude blobs and that’s it. When sketching out UI I tend to scruffily produce a few sketches for a general idea only I can possibly understand until I involve others in the conversation or refine it a bit more in a browser and start focusing on the details in code. Being a generalist can sometimes feel very general .
  Maybe sketches for me have always been just the starting point.
  I wanted to focus on and develop the discipline and details; ratios, perspective, shadows, scale, tiny little windows.
         

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         Small detail of Berlin, work in progress, A3      Time

   There’s nothing more irritating than when somebody says “How long did that take you?” or “How much spare time do you have?” Often we assign the value of something in terms of how long it took.
  You don’t need much time at all to sketch.
  In fact you can specifically use the little time you do have to maximise your skills.
  Just a few minutes

  Make full use of queues, bus trips, pointless meetings, waiting rooms and friends who are perpetually late. If I only have 5-10 minutes I set a timer on my phone and see what I can do in that short time and at what level of detail or accuracy, letting the time I have define the scope of the sketch.
  Detail ≠ Accuracy.
  Accuracy ≠ Detail.
         

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         8.5 minute sketch, Game, Southend High Street      You can either give the intricate details of a window all your attention for 5 minutes or try and accurately represent the overall scale, composition and atmosphere of a whole scene in the same amount of time.
  One minute

  Timed sketches of 60 seconds are quite a common approach to rapid sketching and interpreting complex subject matter with simple lines.
         

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         Single line drawing of White Cube, Bermondsey Street      But remember the goal I set out with was to develop the details and levels of accuracy that I normally skim over or portray in my usual clumsy, crude way. Accuracy and detail require a degree of time, or at least more than a frantic minute of scribbling.
  However, you might think you can’t achieve much in a minute but what if it were the same drawing but a different minute each day?
         

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         A week’s progress, one minute a day when I get off my train      I have been experimenting with sketching a few scenes for exactly one minute each day on my commute to and from work. Giving that 60 seconds my full attention, adding to the drawing each day a minute at a time.
         

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         Final drawing from a tiny sketch each day before my train arrives      I’m still experimenting but I’m wondering if these types of drawings are the result of more than the usual amount of focus and concentration.
  Try similar sketches for similar periods of time, look back at previous sketches and see how you either draw more, achieve more accuracy or detail over time.
  Location

  Write down the location of your sketch and which direction you were facing. Draw a tiny map if you need to. It’ll help if you ever go back and try sketching the same scene in the future.
         

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         Adding a tiny map of the location and orientation for future reference      The project so far…

   Here are a few things I’ve posted on twitter and instagram . There’s a mixture of illustrations mostly from around London and Copenhagen.



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