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YAY ME! (100th drawing!)


Day 100 of drawing straight!!!  Whooooo hoooo!  I honestly didn't think I would make it this far and I have been very pleased with the quality that has come about.  Some areas to improve on but seeing that I don't have time to draw for hours everyday, I think I did pretty well!

Incidentally, for those who don't know, the goal was to illustrate everyday till December 31, the 6 month mark.  So I have a couple more months to go before achieving the goal.  Still, a hundred drawings is pretty cool, right?

For other news, getting excited with all the costume events coming about and there are a few new things on the cards such as:

1) I will be taking a screen printing course in November if the course doesn't fall through due to lack of numbers.

2) Looks like I may have freelance work till end of the year.  We shall see, still waiting on details.

3) My interview for the 3D animation course I want to do next year is on this month!

A lot of things in the air and it's all pretty exciting.  Something not so exciting though is having to do taxes before the end of this month.  Ugh....I don't like doing taxes.  Normally means bad news.  Ah well. Life of a freelancer, right?

Illustration was done in Flash.  Would have liked to have done something uber fancy but I have a due date today.

Comments

  1. Congratulations and what a fabulous drawing. You should feel great for this accomplishment. Keep up this great work.
    Helen

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  2. Congratulations! I've really enjoyed looking at your pictures. 100 days is a lot.

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  3. Well done, Marta!
    Great picture.
    A serious achievement.
    Persistence materialised.

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  4. You're my hero Marta...my goal achieving, art warrior, hero! I'm cheering right along with Bunny...and since I had no idea about the six month goal, the cheering will be continuing for as long as necessary!
    Congratulations...please celebrate!
    xo J~

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  5. WOOOOOHOOOOOOO!!!!! Who needs an ├╝ber fancy drawing when THIS conveys all the excitement and hoorah of a great milestone!!! YAY YOU!!!

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