100 Days of Drawing People

the challenge

About 3 years ago I had an interest to draw. In order to challenge myself to build on my skills, and my fears of sharing my projects, I participated in The 100 Day Project. The 100 Day Project was integral to building my style and drawing practice.

services provided

  • Illustration
  • Passion Projects

the solution

I decided I’d draw my favorite thing: people. That was the only rule I had. I could draw with whatever I wanted. I could draw anyone I wanted to. I could draw parts of people, or groups of people. #100DaysOfDrawingPeople began.

The thing that has surprised me the most about the project: I’m now part of a creative community. After I posted my daily drawing I’d go to #the100dayproject hashtag to see what other people were doing. I started to like a bunch of posts. Then others started to like mine. We all started communicating with each other.

These drawings taught me to loosen up, to practice drawing daily, and not to be afraid to share what I love doing. Learn more about my experiences with the project reading my blog post The World Needs Your Creativity.

 

Client Kudos

I would 100% work with Maria again, and do so with enthusiasm!  Not only is she easy to work with, but she’s strategic and thoughtful. She has helped me at Prichard on several design projects and all have been successful. She worked really hard to create sustainable designs that we can work with for many years. Maria is also one of those rare vendors who always goes the extra mile and doesn’t mind being pushed outside of her comfort zone with my wacky ideas. I highly recommend Maria for your small business or nonprofit design project. You’ll be so happy you hired her!

Jennie D.B., Award Winning Communications Strategist