Everyday Sketches in an Everyday Book

These sketches all live in my Midori notebook. It’s always with me, even when my sketchbag isn’t: the everyday-paper means I can write to-do lists in it(yup, no digital lists for me) and it can hold quick sketches too.

Here are some recent-ish sketches I rounded up. You can see people are my go-to subject. Because I find them infinitely interesting.

These sketches are all everyday stuff, nothing super-special. But glad I did them. I believe it’s always better to record a sketch-however quickly and in whatever book or medium-than to not draw. So keep a cheap book and a pen around and see if using a basic setup like that helps you sketch more.

About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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3 Responses to Everyday Sketches in an Everyday Book

  1. Very interesting sketches!!

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  2. Excellent advice and tips!

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  3. AlanT says:

    I love these, the varied media, the feeling of the struggle to capture what you saw.

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