Process has a lot to do with being in a state of obsession. To be completely immersed and consumed by the work. At least for me, this process is irreplaceable by any other way of doing work. Obsessive state also has the risk of overdoing, and exhaustion. It's part of the process of just doing. You know the yoda quote that I always overuse is intrinsically continuously making a point.
Questioning the progress impede on the progress.
These Skin Portraits are taken from all kinds of sources, friends, relatives, images on posters, but mostly streets and HDB estates around my studio. The focus are old people doing their thing, living, sitting, sleeping, reading newspaper, and just being that's imposingly and quietly living the unremarkable life, the daily life.
Sharpie marker used directly with the 'do' attitude and conscious lack of measurement or accuracy.
What do you see? Any questions come up? Your comments will be useful.