Wednesday, August 15, 2007

I find that starting out on paper is the natural first step in the design process. A pen in hand is so much more intuitive than a mouse. With ink and paper you have two states, black and white. It's an analog process because there can't be anything besides black or the white of the page at any one given point. When I start drawing my mind is blown by the infinite possibilities. I could draw anything. It's the fear of being wrong that limits creativity. To whomever is reading this, I urge you to draw with the knowledge that the blank sheet of paper is your universe, you set the laws and whatever appears on that page is %100 right.

No comments:

About Me

My photo
I am a sketchbook addict. I live for the moment that the ink sits wet on the paper.