Well here we are, the end of the IPad Art Challenge! 30 digital birds. I’ve had the best time finishing them all and I am amazed at the progress.
With the other art challenges I’ve done (Inktober namely) I’ve felt like I had to get every piece done in one day, usually at the cost of quality. Though regularity is, ultimately, the most important thing, doing this challenge has made me realise that spending a little longer can lead to a quicker mastery of tools.
I’ve started posting prints of these feathery friends on my Etsy. You can take a look here.
In 2020 I realised I am way more of a perfectionist than I thought I was.The solution to that is to churn out as many happy digital birds as possible.
Day 30: A Peaceful Peacock.
I’m posting them over on my Instagram first (@artjmtinsta) so you can follow along there.
Slightly rushed one this morning but I really wanted to get it up and posted because I’ll be home late.
Based on real-life events of what happens when we can’t find something in our house. Always worth checking the garden to see if Molly had stolen it and put it in one of her holes.
I can’t beleive Inktober is almost over. I haven’t found it as difficult as I thought I would, it’s definitely inspired me to paint and create more. The more inspired I feel though, the less time I want to spend on my Inktober drawings. I’ve got lots of other content to share on here though which is great! When I feel like I have something to show it definitely keeps me motivated to work more.