HOW TO JOIN
JEANNINE OPPEWALL: "Little reminders from quiet moments of observation"
KALINA IVANOV: "That pencil became an extension of my dreams"
CAROLINE HANANIA: "Hand-drawing gives far more character and creativity"
TOMMASO ORTINO: "Rendering an atmosphere"
RICHARD HOOVER: "Sketches are a way to explore the spaces"
ALEC HAMMOND: "To burn my observations into my brain as only drawing can"
STEVE SAKLAD: "I live by the gospel of a good sketch telling the story"
SEBASTIAN SOUKUP: "The urge to depict forces me to make decisions"
ANDREW JACKNESS: "A blank piece of tracing paper and a closed door is my happiest space"
CARL SPRAGUE: "Our heads are full of visions and fairy tales. It's paying close attention to the real world that is the hardest."
ANNE SEIBEL: "Learning to loosen up my hand, use colors, break my rules and let myself go wild and inventive."
DIOGO HAYASHI: "I visit locations and sketch really quick what catches my attention, for researching and mood-boarding later."
MARK WORTHINGTON: "A roadmap to the development of the final cinematic image."
LAURENCE BENNETT: "To work through a problem, to communicate an idea, a goal, a path forward."
TOMOYA IMAI: "Someday that pencil would become your magic wand."
LUCA TRANCHINO: "The quality of imperfection is uniquely human"
MARK HOFELING: "When I think myself into a corner, my pencil always finds a way out for me."