So, the Note 8 — like previous Notes before it — comes with a stylus. I like to doodle, so that’s a big plus for me.
I have a couple of drawing apps that I purchased years ago and I found a couple of more powerful apps that should let me get into drawing stuff.
I like the idea of having a variety of tools and colors available without actually having the tools and colors physically available. It’a lot less messy that way.
I watched a couple of videos of artists using the Note 8 to draw famous people. One video was labeled “speed drawing” and it was about twelve minutes long. The guy drew the dragon queen (the queen who has dragons) from Game of Thrones. I don’t remember the actress’s name and I’m too lazy to look it up.
Anyway, at the end, he holds up the drawing and says “In a little over three hours, I was able to draw this.”
Three hours!? I want to sketch stuff faster than it takes me to do a blog post or write a short story!
But, I get it. Like everything else, it takes learning and practice. Last year we bought a drawing class (it was on sale) that we wanted to take online. I think I might do that soon just so I can start practicing.
Neat dog, no?
No, I didn’t draw that. Whatever gave you that idea?
Nope. That the mark that a ripe Papaya left at the bottom of a bowl we were using to hold the fruits as they ripened. Here, see?
Anyway, I figure that if a Papaya can do that kind of work by just lying around and rotting, why, I should be able to do amazing stuff! I mean, I’m not rotting yet, but I’m getting there.
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