Run with the sketchbook in your hand and try to include what you see into the current drawing. At the same time the drawing ought to be fast, each drawing should last only a few minutes. It can be helpful if the area is previously unknown to you.
Running provides a physical condition that makes the basic trace making more challenging.
Interspersing the running sketches with walking and static sketches can be helpful in gauging the difficulty of the task and the amount of detail that can be fit in a single drawing. It is possible that the location needs a specific approach to make the images work.
1. Question the idea that a drawing from life is a determined vista or an optical snapshot from a specific point. The result is a composite of observations and impressions.
2. Develop a drawing approach that is particular to the motif or site.
3. Shatter the reliance on a stable line and accuracy. Drawing can be made to involve other things than the tip of the pen and the mind.