When you start inventing objects or working without photo reference, digital sketching becomes more challenging. Many foundation use lines to record the photo you’re looking at - and aren’t as useful when there’s no reference to work from. This series explores the challenges unique to imaginary sketching. I argue that our design thinking is directly related to the tool we’re using - all the way from rough thumbnail sketches to polished line drawings.
If you’re looking to transfer your digital sketching skills to imaginary subjects, this is a great place to start!