When I’d started I just couldn’t stop drawing people at the beach. Here are some more:
The apprehensive guy with the bucket hat is a different version of the guy in the yellow bathing suit in my first beach doodle post. And he’s basically me at the beach when I haven’t gone for a while. I don’t want to get nipped by a crab!
Also, did you watch my drawing video of my other beach doodles? I’m definitely better at drawing doodles than I am at editing videos, but I also have about 20 years more experience with the former 😀
I’m working on some other non-beach doodles, so they’ll hopefully be up soon.
I made this video yesterday during one of my beach people doodle sessions:
I’m still very new to filming and editing drawing videos, but it’s something I’m planning to do more of.
I’m learning about what angles work best and how I get proper lighting in a relatively dark apartment. This video is actually filmed upside down – with the camera in front of me – and then flipped 180 degrees. Which I think works okay.
It takes me a while to edit, but it’s also really fun, and it’s kind of weird to watch my own hands drawing 😀
Let me know if you have any other tips on how to film a drawing process!
Some people go to the beach when it’s hot outside and they’re on summer vacation.
My favourite thing to do these days, however, is to stay inside and doodle. Yesterday I drew these cool people at the beach:
I do actually love swimming in the sea, but right now I just want to spend all day doing my indoor hobbies which are basically only three things: baking, feeding my sourdough starter and drawing.
I go outside for a bit when it’s cool at night, so I guess I’m kind of like a vampire. Well, I don’t know how much drawing and baking vampires do while staying out of the sun. Maybe they are just people with a lot of indoor hobbies who got a bad rep. And maybe I should stop this tangent and get some fresh air…
I also made a video of my drawing process for the first doodle, which I’ll be posting later today. **Update: It’s here: