My first year I hated it and said screw this challenge after one or two days.
Last year (third year) I really pushed to do 100 people.
I didn’t enjoy it because I hated the push to speed…
But I also have to say I did begin to see what I don’t do well and I also got better at people. A huge part of that was paying attention to what I find boring!
This year I don’t care at all about 100 people
BUT I have goals and am taking the time to sketch people only daily.
My goals are to get good likenesses and not have ears sitting too close to noses,
and try my hand at babies and old folks.
And can I be decent enough to have a bit of style?
Well, I really love what I did here.
And how nice to say that because I NEVA EVA say that about peeps!
Penciled guidelines, then inked, then watercolor!
Thank you to “FransA” from pexels for his image!
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Me… why I journal!
Hahnemühle Carnet de Voyage (Hahnemühle Bamboo Journal),
with a Pentalic HB woodless pencil,
Super5 Frankfurt ink in Pentel Aquash waterbrushes,
Platinum Carbon Pen with Platinum Carbon ink waterproof cartridges,
Sennelier, Holbein, and DS Primatek watercolors, and Daniel Smith Watercolors..
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She’s a rocker, Kate! I like this one.
Thanks — I felt that stretch into comfort so I could play!
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