Copying a drawing of Balsa from Moribito. I download the image to an iPad and then import it into SketchTime. I sketch out the basic geometry on top of the photo and then take the photo opacity to zero so I can just study the geometry that the original artist used. I overlay a grid on top of it and measure out proportions. I have a lot of difficulty getting proportions right, so this method is helping me to understand the relationships. It particularly helps in foreshortening. Then I move to the Moleskine and using the picture as a reference, try to duplicate it as closely as I can. In this case the original image and my experience in trying to replicate it led to some introspective notes on overload in the design process. Tools: Sakura micron, Ohto Graphic Liner, Pentel sign pen, Cocoiro brush pen, Retro 51 Tornado pencil, Ain black eraser, Lyra Rembrandt polycolor pencils, Faber Castell Polychromos pencils, Faber Castell PITT brush pens