What do you do when you draw something that can't be saved?
8:23 PM, Wednesday January 5th 2022
Hi all. Very trivial question here.
One thing I see stressed here is that we shouldn't be fixing our lines and reinforcing them. We use fineliner/paper so that we can't undo, can't hide mistakes, etc. By extension I assume we shouldn't be redoing whole pages.
What happens when you recognize you've made a mistake and your work can't be saved before finishing it?
For example, I'm currently working on the 250 box challenge. Every now and then, I'll draw a box with wildly off proportions like this, where there is no possible way for the rear Y to meet at a single point in the back. Just pick any point and move on? Not finish it? (Does it still count as one of the 250 boxes?) What's everyone else doing?