I’m drawing less and enjoying it more. Thankfully, I’m not drawing-less, cause I wouldn’t enjoy having all my sketchbooks stolen. Not stolen in the sense of having your work ripped-off, or copied with out your permission, let alone not seeing any of the proceeds from its commercialization, but just gone…up and vanished.
Seems like there’s a lot of that going on these days in the entertainment industry. Sometimes I wonder if there’s been a new, original thought since the beginning of the millennium. [Not to be confused with the Biblical thousand year reign of Jesus (grown to have become quite an ass-kicker by His return). We sure ain't near that yet. The Lion is still gobbling up the lamb, instead of laying down peacefully next to it].
One’s short-term memory loss would really be challenged, if all of a sudden everything you’ve ever made just disappeared, vanished. That would sure be a lot of letting go all of a sudden. That’s why I’m drawing less these days; being very economical with line, and frugal with detail. Saving on color, and investing in simplicity.