This exercise had me focus on decision making when drawing from observation. I had to decide what to include and exclude. I chose to have people in two of these drawings because they added a candid anesthetic, for the concept of sitting outside doing work is a very relatable and understandable activity.
These practice exercises help induce quick sketches based on simple shapes. Initially, I had only 30 seconds which increased to a minutes, and finally 3 minutes. In the first sketch, one can see distinct use of circles, ovals, and lines to create a basic outline. In the second sketch, I lost sight of the accurate angles of my hand; therefore, when looking at the third and longest practice sketch, it is evident that I marked the finger angles and locations in.