Here we have the final paintings for last years challenge. I feel like I have learned so much about painting and about myself while working on these. I still can’t believe I spent a full year painting every single day! I’ve never been good at committing myself to anything, but I can definitely say I want to paint and draw for the rest of my life, I just need to find some stability with it. I’m considering applying for the visual communication course in the Lyit, I would love to be more employable in digital art. Anyway enjoy the paintings, I will try to post more regularly to this website.
Finally I am posting onto this website after 2018 has ended and the challenge ended a few weeks ago. The reason I left it so late was because I went through a break up, but couldn’t get my scanner until over a week ago. Now that all the paintings are scanned here they are. I added 20 paintings to this post instead of the usual 10. Continue reading “365 Days of Paint: 311-330”
A few paintings experimenting with atmosphere. I am taking orders now, so if you would like a custom made painting let me know.
Most of these paintings aren’t the best, I was on holidays while I painted most of them. I do not have much more to comment on these so enjoy!
As usual I am very bad at posting regularly on this website. I visited home and had inktober, so I was doing two paintings a day. When I needed a day to myself without art it doubled the amount of work I needed to get done. I got it all done eventually, once I came back from Ireland, but I still feel bad for not having it done on the day. The challenge is finally going to be completed soon. I am actually really excited to finish it. I’ve learned so much this year. I am a lot more confident in my painting and in selling my work. I will be posting more stuff on etsy soon. I don’t think I’ll do the Christmas cards this year. I will sell commissions instead. Something that has been triggering my art block lately is trying to do too many different things out of my comfort zone with my art. Once I get used to regularly selling my artwork I will start the next thing, like taking baby steps.