Anything at All: Day 2


I wanted to do something with a little more color today, so this is what I ended up with. It took me a little while to complete. Maybe a couple hours. Was fun for a little while, but after an hour I just wanted it done. I had to make sure to keep it as consistent as I could throughout as I didn’t want my impatience to show. I’m glad I added the color in the background.

My posts won’t often be detailed pieces that take hours to complete. I just happened to have the the time to do it. The main purpose of this is to get me in front of my computer, or do something with paper and pencils, and drawing something, anything at all. Then post it and discuss why I did what I did. Pretty simple.  Some days (most days?) it could be just some simple sketches or maybe just getting some ideas down.

So, day 2 complete! Hopefully tomorrow I can work on creating a new header image for the website. The one up there, as I’m writing this, is just a stock photo from WordPress. Gotta change that!


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  • Maryann Levesque

    good one bob. love all the detail.

    • Rob Chapman

      Hey, thanks! 🙂 I also like how it turned out. I’m already looking forward to tomorrow.

  • Brad Thornhill

    nice!! looks like a complicated machine 🙂 I imagine the various pieces moving and locking together in place 🙂

    • Rob Chapman

      That is precisely what I was attempting to create 🙂

  • Brad Thornhill

    It’s great to see how happy you were to start this year long project, I can tell in your writing you were putting everything creative about you into this and all the ideas you had for improving the website 🙂

    • Can’t believe I never replied to this. I must have been busy and totally forgot! I realize this is “old” Brad haha but that’s cool that you noticed how happy I was to get started. I’m looking back at the journey, since it’s almost exactly a year since I finished.