For the last while, draw night has been interrupted or less frequent. Ever since my project at work was canceled, my spirits have been very low, and I haven't felt like myself. I think it's been difficult to muster up the energy for creative things. It feels a bit like a breakup. Luckily, that's been turning around as I look onward and consider my options -- I'm really looking to feed my soul and get my passion going again -- but the pictures below represent less content over a sadder time. Still, the first drawing does little to show it. His eyes may be a bit hollow, but he has a smile. One simple drawing for this draw night.
The next image is from over a month later, and I'm surprised by the gap. I need to dig around and see if I can find some missing doodles. But I kind of like the funny-looking guy in the mid-center. He reminds me of the big toothpaste guy in the final drawing of this post with his weird hairline and long hair.
It looks like the week after was a little more inspired. I think I started with the figure on the left, and it has a bit more of that "care" to it that devolves over the course of drawing.
The next two drawings represent a more spirited draw night, since the content is a bit more playful. I rather enjoyed doodling the guy with the robes on. Clothes are so much fun to doodle because they're simple and show a lot of motion. The hairy guy was a fun doodle, too, with lots of weird, disrespectful shapes.
And I think I drew this other guy just to wrap up the evening before going to eat. It's a weird, unfinished doodle, but they all get their share in the limelight...
I did this last one recently. I really wanted the main drawing to be unscrewing a cap of some sort but his arms didn't align the way I expected so I decided against a jar and went with something that could be more twisty. It was hard to see what he was manipulating, though, so I had to label it. The rest are just common figures. Cyaz. :-)