I recently committed to reLearn to Draw = Why? = Because:

  1. I wanted to learn a NEW Skill (see Changing Behavior) and
  2. I’m always looking for NEW Ways that create Efficiencies for my Workflow = Stronger ROI.

But Wait: I can already hear you

Keep in mind most of my colleagues can remember President Kennedy’s Inauguration and have one foot looking at retirement and the other hoping they can make up for their losses during the 2008 economic collapse. To be honest, they aren’t the most “Positive Influence” for me to hang around. (Think old farts hanging around the water cooler talking about the good old days = NOT ME!)

Fortunately for me, I’m an “Eternal Child”; my natural curiosity for things and always looking for ways to improve my Processes keeps me Passionate about the “Ground-Level” opportunities we ALL Have around us with New and Improved Internet Methods being discovered everyday = Yeah!

Monoprice Impresses

Thomas Golunski, artist, Scott Sakamoto, portland oregon, wacom tablet, monoprice tabletSo I’m messing around with the Sketch iPad App the other day and I’m having a Blast discovering how pressure sensitive MY FINGER can be = Wow! = Enter MonoPrice.com = Search “Graphic Tablets”

$80-BUCKS get’s me expensive technology = or it used to be. When I was operating my Design Studio, Graphic Tablets would cost thousands if not hundreds of dollars. Thank you Monoprice! = I can’t go wrong!

Back in the Day…

There was a time when I used to draw and I drew a lot; especially when I was an adolescent. Drawing allowed me to create my OWN WORLD and escape and make commentary from my Rebellious Teenage-Perspective = Still, I developed another way to express myself creatively.

So yes, I used to Draw and sketch, sketch, sketch, sketch, and sketch, then I discovered Photography…
Click. the rest is History > Need I say more?

Come back, we’ll be talking about this more = or maybe Debbie Bensching or Guy Brooksbank has something to say…