I find it easier to draw or sculpt things when I’m not forcing the agenda too much. Keeping things loose, allowing for improvisation makes the whole process more enjoyable. It leaves room for surprise and experimentation. As the Scuba-saurus evolves, she begins to speak to me and tell me about her personality. For example, she told me her name is Bubbles and that she wants a pink and yellow floaty. As things progress, I get little bits of the story, and I need to be quiet to hear the specific requests.
I made this doodle because the information was zooming at me, and I could not sculpt fast enough to capture it all. So I did a quick sketch to capture the details, then my sculpting will follow along.