100 Days of Sketching is a simple yet effective challenge to improve your art and drawing skills in 100 days. Kesh is a visual storyteller, illustrator, and filmmaker. I joined Kesh's challenge and completed 100 days in 2020. I also joined the same challenge in 2021. I have also posted my challenge works and more on Instagram.
Here's how it works,
① Draw every day for at least 6 mins/day for 100 Days
② On any particular day, if you feel like it, draw more; if not, draw for 6 minutes.
③ Finish the challenge by doing this in 100 consecutive days or 100 days.
You can also learn how I made some of my art by watching the Speedpaint videos and more on my YouTube channel. You can also let me know if you need to commission an artwork.
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