Started 5 years ago (2015-02-01T12:00:00Z). Goes forever.

The rules are simple: Work on some art every day for as long as you can. Submit something visual that represents your effort by uploading an image or file. All art styles are allowed, there are no limitations on the medium. This streak is not a competition, it's for you to grow as an artist by giving you an excuse to practice every day.

If you're working on a multi-day piece feel free to submit progress images each day. If you do a bunch of things in one day then submit them all! You can upload multiple images per submission on Streak Club. Good luck!

If you're away from the computer and can't submit, don't worry, late submitting is enabled for this streak! Just head to the particular day by clicking it on the sidebar, and click the late submit link.

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P.S. There's also a Weekly Art streak!

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Recent submissions (16,873 total)

whats the point of drawing garfield

Woke up at 9 today! :0 But ended up taking a 4 hour nap. I feeling like I'm getting a lot closer to my ideal working amount though (for art!)

Here are all the drawings in order:

  1. Negative space homework from ctrl + paint
  2. 6 thumbnails of random things using perspective's 3 most basic principles
  3. 6 thumbnails of real rough landscapes that demonstrate foreground/middle ground/background (hard to tell though)
  4. Divide space exercise from Vanishing point! It's supposed to show how diagonal lines in a square will always cross each other in the middle & you can make smaller squares inside them too
  5. Transfer measurements exercise from Vanishing point. My kinda wonky attempt at it at least! This one is supposed to show how the divisions at the front can transfer perfectly to the sides and bottom of the cube

drew perspective from memory- tough but effective exercise!

u must draw.. through fire and flame

Feb 20

A submission for Daily Art

A page of some things in my house drawn for the linear block-in exercise on ctrl + paint. Kinda slow today too & slacked off a bit. Gonna try to wake up earlier tomorrow. 😭

A submission for Daily Art

A quick one, a weird one

I'm really upset right now. It's the 50th day and I forgot to turn on my timelapse recording when I started drawing :(. I have it for all other 49 days :(

Never Draw Tired

Feb 19

A submission for Daily Art

Contour drawings of some things on my desk for ctrl + paint's homework "Drawing shape: contour" :D

I slept a whole bunch today for unknown reasons, so this is a pretty late post. I still have a few things I have to do for the 19th! :o (it's already 11:50pm)

gotta practice form to express my shapes

A submission for Daily Art

References: mgs, james jean

Question: Do I grow the most as an artist doing many shorter drawings??

The total time is a bit longer too, so it's more raw draw time

A submission for Daily Art

Multiple box exercises from Vanishing Point & A jar I drew using the visual measuring (proportion) techniques from ctrl + paint

water blast inspired by naruto :D

5 min per cell (sketch + ink)

coloring and touchups afterwards!

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