I'm recharged after a week-long trip to Cabo San Lucas,BCS. Mexico has so much texture, I couldn't help but draw a bit every day while on vacation.
Tiny bars peppered across Cabo San Lucas are like the experience of peering in a dollhouse, then walking inside. Usually there are enough barstools for six people, and the walls are densely packed with the same amount of posters, dollar bills, and decorations you would find in a regular-sized neighborhood dive bar.
The cramped space forces me to compose akin to a traditional Japanese print: Large, flat objects in the foreground place the viewer directly into the environment. In some cases, the page feels like the same amount of space when actually in the bar.