Still no tablet, but I decided I prefer what I can do in Gimp better than what I do in Paint.
The original task I proposed for myself was to draw a bunny with a single line. Some of these are done that way. However, the nature of the way they were drawn required me to go in and add lines to keep the paint in. While a few look like pathetic attempts of turtles to adopt bunny disguises, there are a couple that are passable as bunny-type gestures. They seem to capture the essence of the bunny, the rabbit and all it’s manifestations. That is what I was going for with both the exercise and this post.
The method of comic books is draw and trace. I forget this a lot of the time which leaves me feeling inadequate to the task of making something expressive and creative. The more of these kinds of one-line doodles I make, the more I will have to choose from when it comes time to create a story about rabbits.