The 100 Day Project, Part III

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The 100 Day Project, Part III

Hi, everyone. I’m one week post-surgery and doing well. I said I wouldn’t worry about writing any articles during July, but there’s no harm in showing you what I’ve been doing on my art challenge, The 100 Day Project, since the last time I checked in.

The 2018 100 Day Project runs from April 3 through tomorrow. The idea is to make a piece of art every day for 100 days (a tiny artwork is fine). The challenge just happens to overlap with two other challenges I like to do, the Daisy Yellow Index-Card-a-Day challenge and World Watercolor Month.

My theme for ICAD (Index-Card-a-Month) is animals.

By the way, I’ve missed a lot of days, but I expected I would. When you have surgery, all bets are off.


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Lightning bug.

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Zebra.

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Squirrel.

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Fox.

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Flamingo with zentangle.

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There may have been a superhero prompt. This is Underdog.

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Angelfish.

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Mantis.

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Heron.

Now we cross over to watercolor. I am painting on watercolor postcards because index cards are too unpredictable when they get wet. (See mantis above.)

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Butterflyfish.

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Ladybug on daisy.

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This one was inspired by a Williams-Sonoma pillow.

Are you participating in any art challenges right now? Feel free to add a link in the comments.

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4 responses »

  1. I am so impressed (envious?)! So much talent in one person – poetry, fiction, painting, drawing! Can’t explain it. I love the flamingo, the tiger, the flamingo…but my favorite up to this point…the lightning bug!

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    • Jane, you’re too kind! Greg has been obsessed with lightning bugs lately. They were such a part of our childhood summers in New Jersey, and of course, we never see them in the Arizona desert.

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