Day 30 – 30/30 Challenge

My final drawing is a self portrait. I don’t take very good selfies but this drawing came out better than expected.

The challenge has definitely improved my use of graphite and white charcoal on toned paper. I might dedicate a month or 24 days in this case to work on a particular skills. In any case consistent practice = improvement.

I’ll leave the Challenge with this link – Learning to See. It’s one person experience as he works to improve his drawing and painting skills dramatically.

I also want to thank everyone who had followed and like my posts during this Challenge. I had made new “friends” and discovered some fabulous artists!

Self Portrait_pencil_5.5x8.5

4 thoughts on “Day 30 – 30/30 Challenge

  1. Nice to see your work for the challenge together, Marlene! Congrats on doing so much work.
    Great series. Nice to see the variety within such a wonderful body of work too (male-female, younger-older, soft focus and sharper edges, to name just a few things I see.

    1. Thanks, Corinne. It was a challenge doing all different ages and people. I hope to continue more…btw love your drawings.

  2. So nice to see you Marlene 🙂 This is wonderful. I have so enjoyed your work this month and I am following your blog. Love the interesting links you share. Congratulations on a successful 30 days, and best wishes for the same in 2016! Chat with you soon 🙂

    1. Thank you, Sheila. Glad you found the links I provided. Let me know what you think of them especially the by Paul Foxton.

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