365 Days of D’Art

01/01/2013 — 2 Comments

In years past, I have undertaken a daily exercise in the form of self-portraits here on the blog (2010 intro 2010 summary 2011 summary). Last year I took a break from such creative drills and in some ways regretted it during the year.

This year, however, I shall resume a daily exercise to keep myself (and the blog) on my toes and hopefully even sharpen my skills a little along the way. Since I have already published over 800 self-portraits worth of daily 365 activities, it feels like it’s time to move on to a new subject. So this year, I’ll focus on 365 days of D’Art, my constant companion for the last many years. Over the course of this year’s daily creative exercises, I will aim to create portraits of him with various media and share the results with you, dear readers, here.

So how about you, readers? Anyone undertaking a daily 365 project of their own? What are you focusing on for your creative exercises throughout the year and are you sharing them online? I would love to see and follow everyone’s work on any daily/weekly/monthly projects as they develop over the course of the year; please feel welcome to share links to your projects in the comments.

Good Luck and Happy New Year!

2 responses to 365 Days of D’Art

  1. I’ve decided to start blogging and journaling and possibly writing letters again. I haven’t exactly worked in the 365 component yet, but the goal is to be a guy who writes a lot, and does stuff on the side, as opposed to a guy who watches a lot of tv and journals occasionally.

    Daily D’Art is such a great name.

  2. So excited for a year of beautiful cat works! I have been inspired by you and am still considering doing a daily art piece and was thinking either cats or photographs taken by friends. Perhaps some of your Objets D’Art will become some of mine too.

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