So my dear Lem invited me to do a 30day chal with him, centered around drawing! We’re gonna attack this thing with a vengeance!
Day 1: Yourself or your persona Day 2: Something you want Day 3: Favorite animal Day 4: Favorite character Day 5: Something you’re afraid of Day 6: Best friend Day 7: Something you hate drawing Day 8: Doodle a self-portrait Day 9: A fairytale Day 10: A book Day 11: Illustrate a hobby Day 12: No black lines Day 13: Practice lips Day 14: Practice eyes Day 15: Draw yourself in a costume Day 16: Take a picture of the first page of your sketchbook. Day 17: Draw what you’re craving right now. Day 18: Use gradients and textures in a drawing (old artwork is coo) Day 19: Your name in your favorite font(s) Day 20: Drink of choice Day 21: Pets Day 22: Doodle a scene from your favorite movie Day 23: Recreate a past drawing Day 24: Fanart. Day 25: Original character. Day 26: Realism (or semi-realism) Day 27: A song. Day 28: Pixel art. Day 29: Draw with your less dominant hand Day 30: Draw, no erasing, keep mistakes.
I honestly don’t see a need to flaunt your sexuality. I feel like so many high school girls these days are steppin’ out loud and proud- which is great. Kudos that society has changed and it’s easier to do so. But at the same time, it’s not necessary to make a show of it. You love who you love, you’re attracted to who you’re attracted to. Making it a statement to be “different” or more appealing to the opposite sex is just not the point.
“Night is purer than day; it is better for thinking and loving and dreaming. At night everything is more intense, more true. The echo of words that have been spoken during the day takes on a new and deeper meaning.”—Elie Wiesel (via anditslove)