It officially happened. I haven't drawn in nearly a year. I think the last time I picked up a pencil was sometime in January. I'm stuck and I don't really know what to do about it. It's a combo of a lack of interest in drawing as well as a feeling of inadequacy. I was considering therapy very seriously for a while, but finances are tight and I have reached a position of wondering, what would be the point? Blarg.
Time! The 30 day drawing challenge is completed! And I beat it in only 47 days when I was prepared to take 90! I'm slow folks, and I have a full time job and a household to take care of, plus I've been trying to keep up with yoga so that I don't atrophy in my old age. That doesn't leave a lot of time to draw, so I decided I could do a drawing every three days. I was able to beat that goal! Hurrah!
I'm sorry, but I'm probably not going to be this active again for a while. I have a lot on my plate right now, hence the longer breaks between the last few days of the challenge. We're moving to a new apartment and that's going to be taking
Okay folks this is actually supposed to be a 30 Day Drawing Challenge, but I've modified the goals for my slow ass. I am to draw at least one of these every 3 days! I have a lot on my plate at the moment so I need to take my time.
Thanks *KarlaDiazC (https://www.deviantart.com/karladiazc) for passing this along! I already did day one yesterday. I hope to do a body part tonight. Then I'll probably try for at least one more drawing over the weekend.
Day 1 = Yourself
Day 2 = Body Part
Day 3 = Sports
Day 4 = Draw something in 87 seconds
Day 5 = A weapon
Day 6 = An old person
Day 7 = An emotion, no face allowed
Day 8 = An object
Hola! I hope you've been busy with rewarding pass times. My last lizard commission reminded me of your very detailed style. Man! I don't know how you have the patience for all that noodling! My respect for your art is freshly renewed!