This is the second time I’ve done The 100 Day Project. Two times now, I’ve drawn every single day for 100 days straight. Just take a minute to count to 100. I mean, seriously: 100 days in a row! Am I glad I did it? Is it worth it? Should you do it? What didContinue reading “you can do this with one hand tied behind your back”
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What would you do for 100 days?
Sometimes, I am most successful when I *think* the least. In April, I committed to completing an illustration every day and sharing it on social media for 100 days straight. I plodded through my usual task-filled days, but all the while, I drew with little time to think about it other than “get it done.”Continue reading “What would you do for 100 days?”
Look Away And Draw
My own imagination is the main reason I put off starting an illustration. I dream up some idea, and in my mind it stays amorphous–not fully formed or solid, yet perfect. Therefore, any pencil stroke that begins the actual illustration looks horribly inferior to the idea in my head. And as much as I grumbleContinue reading “Look Away And Draw”
Serve The Whole Chicken
I had a dream about my friend Michele. We were talking on the phone, and she admitted she was having a tough time and struggling. Then, she said with a resigned sigh: “You know, you’ve got to serve the whole chicken, not just the sweet parts.” I woke up laughing and wondering what the “sweetContinue reading “Serve The Whole Chicken”