Is this your drawing Shane? Be sure to sign and date it. I like it very much.
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Thank you and yes, it is my drawing. It was just a warm up sketch so I didn’t think of signing it.
Sign and date everything you do. You will then see the changes and progression you make, otherwise you will forget when you did what. Keep even the simplest of you drawings.
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I will do that, thank you for reminding me.
It’s all in an artists life.
Have to agree with Leslie. I even sign and date my notes, scratchings and crossed out scribbles. It’s good to go back and see what you were thinking. Love that chair, though. I am totally reading into it.
Unfortunately my upcoming art pieces won’t have be signed. There are just some pieces where it is better to leave the sign out for various reasons. I agree that it helps you think of your process.
I sign the back of my paintings, though. Large letters/numbers with magic marker. My mentor disagrees. He’s like… front and centre. So I get where you’re coming from.
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