That is, I’ve sold my home of the last 20 years and currently don’t have another place to live.
There’s no joy in this. It’s me moving on with no enthusiasm and lots of regret. But you have to keep moving forward in life and I was haunting this place instead of living in it.
I still found time to draw. It helped me not worry so much. Helped me try to be a little more dispassionate to the situation.
Maybe it worked. Who knows?
In the meantime, I dreamed of racing this Mustang and what building it would be like.
It’s important to draw objects because you can easily start making objects that float in space, without any weight to them. Cars, robots, boxes; they all let you practically work on vanishing points and multiple horizons.
I was never a fan of kaleidoscope or ruler art. I hate all the erasing you have to do. But having objects on the same plane is a big deal. Also know your model, otherwise a concept like camber for wheels would make no sense.