|Posted by blackhawk|
A more practical solution is what a watercolor artist I knew, Jack Kaiser used to do.
Grab it with cam, recreate it latter on paper, canvas, etc.
This flow process worked very well for him.
There is a great challenge, and indeed joy, when you put yourself in a situation that is less than perfect. It's one thing to do things on an easel with all canvas and time in the world. When you're leaning against a wall with your sketchbook propped in the crook of your elbow and the light changing every time you look up it changes the whole feeling of things.
I suck at both though, so ya know ;P Lol.
OP, love the work! Definitely a complimentary process to the photography that takes place here. I enjoy the different perspective. Whereas a picture shows you exactly what you're looking at, these sketches allow you to imagine.