My plan was to finish a piece every day, but it failed badly. I was not even able to draw or paint every day. I was on vacation, felt sick, worked a week in night shift, so I simply did not have the energy.
Today is the 20th day of the 30 day period, and as I counted I have 10 finished drawing/sketch/painting. Which is my personal record.
I can suggest to everyone who is a little under-motivated in practicing to try this challenge. What this changed for me:
- Now I feel that I became brave enough to continue a piece even if I figured out that it will be not good enough. It is practice, it has not to be a masterpiece.
- Because of the above statement I enjoy drawing so much more as I do not concentrate on the perfectionism and the result anymore, but I just flow with the joy of creating something 🙂
- I try to manage my time to make more leisure time to draw and paint.
- Drawing and painting has became an every day habit for me and this is such a good feeling.
Thanks for reading, have a great creative day ^ ^
This was day #4, but I just finished it today, I just had time to sketch that day.
Graphit on white paper, edited with Photoscape.
As I see, on lots of days I only got time to sketch.
Day 3 comes first, it is much better, day 2 was just a chair sketch with graphit.
Aquarelle practice based on a reference picture which I found on the net, origin unknown.
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