MirrorriM: part 3

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MirrorriM: part 2

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blind contour: necklinear

7 years good luck to you!

A piece of collaborative greeting-card design for Oh-twelve…

MirrorriM: part 1

Welcome to Slagshaft, Organopolis, deep in the shadow of the mountain of the mirror.
Where the cuttlefishes ain’t as vicious as the people you keep nearer.

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mo sketchbook

3 brush pen experiments from ~1 year ago:

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…and 4 recent weird self-portraits, in sharpie:

^Triangles

^Lefty

^Half&half

^Snubnose

Me Drawing Me Drawing Me: Self-Portraits Part 3

These are blind-contour self-portraits, made by looking at the mirror, not the paper. Done fast..   < 1 min. each.
Sharpie marker on sketchbook paper.

In drawing this set, I discovered that when I work faster I do a better job in general of getting individual elements in the right place, although those elements or details each may be less accurate.
Whereas when I work more slowly and allow myself to get caught-up in the details, I lose track of scale and proportion much more quickly.