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Hibernation Week: Five-Minute Face #1

On a self-imposed deadline, so I’m going into a brief hibernation this week.

Each morning, though, I’ll take five minutes to draw a face and post it here. Just ’cause, um…

I’m not sure why.

‘Cause I can.

Anyway, back to regular blogging on Monday!


Discussion (12)¬

  1. Jubben Robot says:

    Drawing faces is an important part of being human – it is a manifestation of the need for contact, recognition and empathy between people – hence the proliferation of emoticons, smileys and the way you can see a face in just about any pattern or arangement of shapes…

    …maybe. I think I got a little carried away…

  2. Jeremy says:

    Sounds like fun Scott!.. =)

  3. Matthew Marcus says:

    What is this a hibernation from?

    • Scott says:

      Everything internet-related, plus a lot of daily distractions. ;-)

      • Matthew Marcus says:

        Groovy.
        However, you did reply to my post….Will Power Scott! You can stay away! I believe in you.

        I’m curious how this hibernation from distraction will benefit Sculptor progress. (Don’t reply to this now! Stay away!)

  4. Waiting for the next face. :)