Six months ago, I decided to start learning how to draw.
I wanted to try a little experiment of my own. I've always heard a lot of joggers tell me about how difficult the first six months of jogging were and how after that, it became easy, if not necessary, for them to do their jogging everyday. I wondered if the same could happen with something not related to sports and I tried it with drawing.
Its been 182 days. From the beginning, my challenge was simple: I had to draw everyday, or at least spend time learning how to draw, no matter what happen.
For the first 37 days I did 15 minutes minimum each day, and then I went to half and hour. Now I do my 30 minutes minimum on bad days, but most of the time I draw much more.
At first, I didn't like it much. It was very hard. Actually it's still hard, but now I really enjoy my time spent drawing, even still life.
I'll use this online sketchbook to post stuff I do to improve, and I think it'll be pretty random. I don't especially plan on posting everyday, but I won't stop drawing regularly. It's the point of this challenge, I want to see how far I can pull this off.
Thanks for reading, sorry for the long post, and all comments and critiques are very welcome!