At the start of the new year, I decided to make a couple resolutions. The first was that I am not going to buy any new clothes this year because I invested in a sewing machine because I plan to sew my own outfits from fabric.
The second resolution is a bit more related to art and webcomics–I have made a resolution to make an effort to draw more frequently. Between 2011-2013, I would draw on a daily basis for school. Drawing is a skill that gets better with practice, but after long breaks of not drawing, it almost feels like picking up a dusty book off an old shelf and trying to pick up where I last left off.
One thing I am glad about drawing is that I have reached a comfortable point in my own style and I have learned various techniques using software programs that picking up a pencil and digitally coloring is not that difficult to revisit.
The most difficult part of drawing on a daily basis is penciling in a time in my schedule that I can allow for drawing that I feel it is necessary to “make” a time in my daily schedule dedicated to art creation (ie. Wednesday Night, 6:30P-8:30P, Drawing Time). I am the kind of person who would much rather spend an evening curled up with a really good book or in front of a drafting table instead of a loud dance club with loud music.
Resolutions are meant to be beneficial in the long term, right?
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kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, Feb. 6, 2017
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