But it's much better to work on something off and on. Your brain can be thinking even when you're doing other things. Like walking along the road (hope I didn't startle the girl behind me too much when I suddenly waved my bag in the air and exclaimed, "Ray guns!") Or dusting, or mopping a floor. These things don't take up all your brain, and you can get a lot of useful work done then, instead of staring blankly at a computer screen.
|Mid-mopping break to get my thoughts on paper. |
Really like the sketch, unfortunately doesn't work so well when I do the actual illustration :-(