'Boxed In #21' didn't start with much, just the linear diagram you see in the top photo, but that was crucial when working this large. When you're drawing you can't see very much, you're too close, so it's important to get the big shapes mapped out.
The second photo above shows where the drawing stood at the end of Day 2 of my install. The time-lapse video below, which I forgot to start shooting right at the start of my day, shows a lot of my drawing process from that day. It's a lot of fun watching a time-lapse, I hope you enjoy this one. I have more photos from subsequent days which I will turn into videos as well and post here.
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