Day 11: Finished my first sketchbook! Then started a new one and practiced some Ernest and Celestine style.
Day 12: Watercolor of one of the Ernest and Celestine drawings. It’s easy to mess up an ink drawing with sloppy watercoloring! Then a freehand drawing of Big Ben, our giant old stuffed bear. This was my first real freehand. I liked it.
Also, one ink practice of the game Hollow Knight, and one of my old Bugsby.net games, Roshambo.
Day 13: A lot of time spent working on the first page of the Earthbound comic, doing practice drawings of town, doodads and characters, and doing some photoshop layout.
Oh! And I finished the page!
Day 14: Can’t remember what I did. All I have is this bizarre remnant:
Day 15: Avatar practice drawings. I really like the earth bender, though since Jin pointed out that his arms and legs are shrimpy relative to his head, I want to draw a much taller Sokka standing behind him, arms crossed, unimpressed.
Day 16: Hands from a reference. Everyone was right. Hands are so hard. But I had so much fun drawing this.
Day 17: Without setting out to do it, I drew something controversial. Also, Jeremy Clarkson.
Day 18: First tests of the grey pen. Gosh, she looks scary. The perspective drawing is nice though.
Day 19: Discovered Chris Chatterton, whose style I think I would like to copy.
Day 20: I experimented with quickly adding art assets to games, from a hotel room with no tablet or scanner. This was also a good test of Honey. I got the following proof of concept off the ground with about forty minutes of art, ten minutes of photoshop, and twenty minutes of programming.
The background is https://watercolorpainting.com/staging/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/wispy-clouds-featured-image.jpg, and the lovely music is from my friend WhiteShip, a part of the failed game that led to Honey and something I really hope to use in future games.