Despite all the sweet things I said this morning, guess who was in my face when I wanted to sketch something else?
So he got sketched in all his distorted glory.
But I’m sure I needed that distraction. And really, sketching him distorted like that was harder than you could imagine! I had to turn off “what I know” and just go with “what I see”. It was very fun. Thanks, Giuseppe!
What was I sketching a year ago today?
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