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Day #365 – Maia Carrying on the Torch

The challenge is over!

I’ve completed the most ambitious challenge I’ve ever set myself. I am pleased.

How much my drawing has improved I’m not really sure. Sometimes I feel not at all… other times I feel it has changed a little for the better. Either way, I’ve definitely drawn every day and with that I can’t argue.

The drawing is another of Maia, the most significant thing that happened to me in 2013. It seems fitting that in the source photograph she was chewing a pencil!

Thanks to anybody who followed my progress and I wish everybody success in their 2014 resolutions.

Happy New Year!

Drawing of Maia holding a pencil

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Day #364 – Stefan Molyneux Drawing

For my penultimate drawing I’ve chosen Stefan Molyneux, who has one of the most interesting channels on the Internet.

Fairly happy with the outcome… not a great likeness but looks alright if you didn’t know who it was supposed to be, I guess.

Drawing of Stefan Molyneux

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Day #363 – Tony Soprano Drawing

Continuing to experiment with my pens. It’s the late Gandolfini as Tony Soprano.

Drawing of Tony Soprano

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Day #362 – Drawing of Maia’s Cousin

My sister in law bought me some nice art supplies for Christmas. Tested them out further with this drawing of her daughter who is only a few months younger than Maia and extremely cute!

I think the drawing came out quite nicely and it was enjoyable to work with pens and different shades.

Drawing of Maia's Cousin

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Day #361 – Drawing of Reddit User quoth_the_phoenix

Drawing of this Reddit user:

Drawing of Reddit User Quoth_the_phoenix

 

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Day #360 – Irvin D. Yalom Drawing

I’ve just finished the terrific book Love’s Executioner so drawing its author Irvin D. Yalom was my first thought.

I think I caught the eyes okay but the rest of the drawing is a bit flat and boring.

Drawing of author and Psychotherapist Irvin D. Yalom