So finally I reached the last challenge of the 21 Day Drawing Challenge. Okay, okay, let’s not dwell on the fact that it took me a year to complete a “21 Day” challenge. The important thing is that I’ve completed it, right? Let me just drop the “Day” aspect and say the 21st (and last)Continue reading “Drawing Challenge #Day 21”
Ooooh! I haven’t posted a blog for a couple of months. In my defense, I’ve mentally written at least ten to twelve posts, including one listing all my excuses for not posting a blog for so long. It’s weird that even though I love writing, how often I can find excuses for not actually settlingContinue reading “Drawing Challenge #Day 20”
The 19th drawing challenge today was to take a sheet of paper and fill the entire sheet with as many different faces as we could draw. The challenge was to draw out as many diverse personalities as we could to cover the entire surface of the paper. Not necessarily human faces. We could draw aliens, monsters, or animal faces as well. The ideaContinue reading “Drawing Challenge #Day 19”
Last couple of days were extra busy at work so I couldn’t get back to the drawing challenge. So I can see that I’m not going to finish the 21 Day challenge in 21 calendar days. Might get spread over a couple of months. Anyway, Day 5’s challenge was to pick and draw any oneContinue reading “Drawing Challenge #Day 5”
Day 4’s challenge was to look at and draw my hand in five of seven suggested graphic styles. I chose and drew the following five styles: Continuous Line – In a single line, without lifting your pencil. Though I didn’t lift the pencil, I did double-back to draw each finger nail. Not sure if thatContinue reading “Drawing Challenge #Day 4”
Day 3 challenge was super fun. The task was to imagine and draw whatever you saw in the white space (negative space) in the reference image below. We were supposed to print out the reference image and then draw a sketch. However as I don’t own a printer, I drew my sketch digitally. I’ve interpretedContinue reading “Drawing Challenge #Day 3”
Day 2’s challenge was to draw images with a single continuous line, that is, without taking your pencil off the paper. A number of drawings were suggested. I tried them all, but I’m afraid this is the only one that came up even halfway decent. I definitely need more practice with continuous-line drawings.