Process

 I write in all notebook types: lined, gridded, dotted, good paper, throwaway paper. Whatever is accessible and fuels my creative process. The finished product is the closest thing to pristine, because my workbooks are crammed with very quick scribbles. When I am being creative I am not so concerned with how presentable my handwriting or drawings look on the page, instead I am looking to fill the space with as many different iterations as I can come up with to form the ideas that will go on to bring my project to life. I use black ballpoint pens usually, because then I don't overthink the lines and I have to work with what is on the page. It makes the process easier as well when the time comes to digitize or vector.

This page is dedicated to showcasing my creative process. Examples are pulled out of context of project.

LINED


SKETCHBOOKS

 

ARTIST STUDIES