mia sketch
The last page is pretty random, with some doodles and sketches of more “The Walking Dead” characters. The to-do list sticky note was not planned but I had finally crossed everything off so it felt satisfying to stick it on there.
mia sketch
On this first page, on the left, I chose some random subject from Pinterest, doodled some weird cats, sketched some nature and, of course, had to include a small Taylor Swift drawing. On the following page of this spread I took another picture or two from Pinterest, and added some fun doodles in the white spaces. The bottom two portraits from left to right are Phoebe Bridgers (again, of course) and Dev Patel, respectively.
mia sketch
This first spread of my sketchbook includes a variety of mediums: Ballpoint pen, pencil, ink and more. The sticky notes are not always planned, and mostly used when I need to cover up a mistake or two, but I love the pop of color they bring to the page.
mia sketch
The second page of this spread is pretty much a dump of the things I noticed around me. Michonne from “The Walking Dead,” my favorite show, is on the top right, along with an ink drawing I did while on my Japanese Woodblock Print Zoom. The rest is definitely just random doodles that don’t make a ton of sense (a recurring theme in my sketchbook).
mia sketch
On this specific page I included some portraits. I have three subjects I usually choose to draw: My friends, famous people (artists and actors) or random people from Pinterest. Occasionally, I just conjure up a random face, which is what I did for the sticky note side profile on the bottom left. Besides that, I drew my friend Katie, Phoebe Bridgers and loosely referenced my friend Meg for that tiny profile in the middle. And of course, nature is always perfect to fill those awkward spaces.