“I coach. I write. I draw. I help people bring more creativity, meaning and balance into their lives and work. My clients want to be more creative: either for their own enjoyment, to think differently in their organisations, or as a career change. I work with individuals and groups.
They say the proof is in the pudding. Here’s the pudding:
I appreciate your talent, Sue. This one’s for you!
And this concludes my project. I have learned a few things during the process:
Relatively, 100 is a lot. I mean, 100 pennies is not a lot- but for me, 100 portraits is a lot.
I was able to accomplish a goal, on time.
Giving is a great way of getting.
Profile pictures usually portray the owner’s true personality. (Interesting!) For interest: http://healthland.time.com/2009/12/03/the-psychology-of-facebook-profiles/
Even though I got a bit tired half way through, I looked forward to doing each drawing.
I only threw one portrait in the trash. I learned to push through the doubt.
Doing a public blog challenge really is a great way to stay accountable, share, and get work done!
I spent approximately 300 hours on this project, including prep time, drawing, researching and posting. (I also work full time.)
I will continue making art and posting it here, just not at the same pace. You might see something a bit different…
I am open to taking portrait commissions, all sizes. I will have a web site up shortly; until then, I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for following along and all of your awesome comments. I will now have more time for reading others’ blogs!