366 sketches: in conclusion–

As I stated in my project introduction, I didn’t do one drawing each day.  I knew I wouldn’t, and–I didn’t.  The idea of making sure to do something out of habit every day for a year is too overwhelming to me.  To be honest, when I decided to do 366 sketches, one sketch for each day of 2012, I wasn’t sure if I would really stick to the project.  I’m glad I did, but I’m also a little glad it’s over.  Had I not been posting my daily(ish) drawing, I know I would have gotten behind and given up months ago.

Getting back into the basic practice of sketching—imagery from real life, reference photos, and my ever-shifting mind, was really encouraging and inspiring.  Some days I dreaded sitting down and getting a couple sketches down, but usually the process was therapeutic.  Drawing on a regular basis inevitably helped strengthen my artistic style, as well as improving my confidence when taking on subjects I had struggled with in the past.

366 sketches sample, 2012
366 sketches sample, 2012

Click on the following to view albums of 366 sketches:

Sketches 1-100
Sketches 101-200
Sketches 201-300
Sketches 301-366

Thank you to those of you who have followed my little 6in x 6in ink drawings for the back 366 days.  I appreciate the time you have taken to follow my work.  You’re nice.

For 2013? New year, new project–

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