In the not-so-distant-past I would do drawing warm-ups while by absent-mindedly dragging a pencil across a sheet of A4 printing paper while I watch some tv. These papers get put in my satchel (if I’m doodling at home) and I take them to the studio, and place them on a pile with lots of other doodles.
And there they stay, until a day when I feel like inking something—also for warming up— and I take a doodle and do just that.
I used to put the page on a lightboard and trace the good bits with a pen, then scan it in and colour in Photoshop. But, now that I have an iPad, I just snap a shot of the page, trace and colour in ProCreate—and it’s done. Maybe too quickly?
I still don’t know exactly why I draw what I draw during these moments. I don’t really like the Veit character in Watchmen, but Jeremy Irons is always fun to watch. So there’s that.
Yeah.. so that’s that little tidbit for ya.
You can probably find that doodle, and others, in a mini zine here: lukism.com/downloads