30 days challenge: A drawing a day completed, pt1

30 Days Challenge: A Drawing A Day Completed

Dear Fans,

So a month has past. A month of confusion and tears, mixed with occasional light-heartedness. You ask, what, was it really that hard? Well, I experienced some pretty serious relationship issues and I’m still recovering from it. You know, sometimes I just wish somebody can turn me into an androgynous ET and I’ll never have to deal with relationship, love, heart break, freedom, growth, intimacy, what-have-you. I can then say, “I’m an ET. I love you in an extra-terrestrial sense. I’m not afraid to show you all my ET parts and my ET heart will never break if you leave.”

That said, the whole drawing-a-day project was fun and really mother-fracking made every day more memorable, good and bad days alike. There were some days that I skipped either because I was too tired or  simply forgot. I usually quickly do it the day after or so.

Another cool thing about doing this project is that it forces me to face the fear of creativity everyday, even for a mere 10 minutes. “I’m too tired.” “I don’t know what to make.” “I suck.” “I’m hungry.” “I’m doing Facebook/Google+.” “How about that novel?” No excuse! I gotta sit my ass down and mother-fracking draw something NOW! Anything! So “anything” came out and that was the fun part.

I highly recommend this project to everybody.

30 days challenge: A drawing a day completed, pt1

30 days challenge: A drawing a day completed, pt1

30 days challenge: A drawing a day completed, pt2

30 days challenge: A drawing a day completed, pt2

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