A Better Day: Day 283

The Library by Robert Chapman

After all of the craziness of yesterday, today has been a much better day. I haven’t been home all that much, nor have I been in the drawing mood. However, the show must go on I guess. I spent about 40 minutes crafting a brand new wizard to sit (literally) in the middle of my library. I had a bit of trouble getting the gradient shading to look right on his clothing, and I still think there’s a lot more work to be done.

Today was a nice break from working on those books on the shelves. Doing the same actions over and over again (and over again) for an hour or two gets extremely tedious and I just wasn’t enjoying myself. I’ll get back to it tomorrow because those books aren’t going to draw themselves. Or maybe… nah I don’t think I could figure out a way for them to draw themselves. I might try copying and pasting some more though.

As I mentioned, I haven’t been home all that much today. It was a wonderfully warm day today, so I decided to take a walk this morning and visit my father. His birthday is tomorrow, but today is Victoria Day (A holiday here in Canada) so I knew he’d be home. After that, I came home and got started on drawing my new wizard guy.

Knock on wood, but it seems my Internet is going nice and strong today. A big part of my daily routine is not only drawing, but posting it online, writing about it, and sharing it with people. There were moments last night where I began to panic, thinking that I was going to miss a day. So far, everything seems to be working fine, so hopefully the worst of my Internet issues are behind me!


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  • Brad Thornhill

    Glad you had a much better day today Robert 🙂 looks like your wizard is hard at work and is a little bit stumped haha

    • Haha indeed. It doesn’t look like he knows how to read