As for my project, I considered different options. In the end, I always came back to drawing. It’s is something I really enjoy, but hardly ever do, so the 100 Day Project is a great opportunity for me to sit down and take a pen or brush to create something.
100 Days of Watercolours
Drawing can be a great way to relax and get your mind off things. It can even be quite meditative and that’s exactly to dip into. I want to learn to let my perfectionism slide and just enjoy the process of creating something. To add more flow to this practice, I will be working with watercolours. It’s a medium I have not worked with for ages, so I am quite curious about how this will go. At this point, I feel like a complete noob, but that is okay.
You can follow my progress on Instagram, where I created an account dedicated to drawing. Additionally, I might post occasional updates here on the blog.
Bending the Rules
I will be upfront and tell you, that I won’t be doing this 100 Day Project on 100 consecutive days. It’s just very unrealistic that I will be able to do that. My goal is to create 100 small watercolour drawings over course of the summer. So, on most days I will create one, on others I might do two because I am in the flow of things and on occasionally I will just take a break from drawing altogether. Rules are there to be bent, aren’t they?