Celebrating Another Year of Daily #inkyDays Drawing

This time last year, I was amazed that I’d actually kept up with daily drawings for a whole year, so I wrote a little article and created a scrolly-telling data visualization about that year-long creative journey.

Now, we’re approaching the completion of two years of daily ink drawings. They’ve become my daily meditation. I try keep them simple and small, but sometimes they get a bit involved.

To celebrate, I decided to share some of my favorite drawings from this past year.

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You can find all of my daily drawings, going back to October 2017, in my inkyDays gallery and my Patreon. Fair warning, a lot of them are pretty bad. But some of them turned out quite nicely.

Inktober 2019 is just a few days away. If you’re thinking of joining in this year, don’t worry! You don’t have to keep drawing all year! I posted a thread on how to keep going through #inktober. I hope you’ll join!

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Data Visualization Consultant. Generative and Data Artist. Creative Coder. Founder of GalaxyGoo. http://kristinhenry.github.io/

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