Inside the Drawing Vault

Although my process of designing projections often ends in the digital realm, painting on the computer, it always starts with pencils, pens and paper.

Often for one piece of projection artwork, I’ll do a stack of drawings exploring shapes, compositions, and lighting. Here are a handful of images just to open up my vault a little and show you some of the early, unrefined sketches that begin the process of shaping ideas.

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