So I managed to complete my 30 day challenge. I believe the challenge went quite well. It certainly went more differently than I originally expected it to go. Here are some of the things I have learned from completing this challenge.
Let me start this post by wishing everyone a Happy New Year! As this the beginning of the new year I thought I will start it of with a new challenge. As most people would have noticed that over the last couple of years tablets have started to appear everywhere. They have took a big market share from traditional computers and 2014 does not look any different. I have always preferred a computer over a tablet as I never felt it was possible to do any real work on tablets. This is mainly because tablets have been known as devices where you consume content whilst computers are devices where you can create content. Because of this, I have always been skeptical of the people who claim that tablets are the only device that we need and that computers will become obsolete. I know this will never be true because tablets will never provide the screen size, power and usability of a traditional desktop, or even a laptop/notebook. But I do wonder how much work is possible to do just from a tablet. So I am going to put this to the test.
So I finished my 30 Day Challenge of drawing robots every day. I believe it went well as I managed to draw one robot every day. In the end I managed to draw 31 robots (one for each day of October). Some of my drawings I like and others were drawn in a hurry. I have uploaded all my drawings and you can view them by clicking on this post.
I recently watched a TED talk by Google engineer Matt Cutts where he suggested that I should try something new for 30 days. During his TED talk, Matt stated that it takes 30 days to form a new habit or break an old one, so why not use 30 day challenges to make your life exactly what you want it to be?
I am going to take on his challenge. This month I want to improve on my drawings. Specifically, drawings of robots. Because who does not like robots. I am going to draw (minimum) one robot every day for the month of October. I will post all my drawings at the end of the month on my website. Wish me luck.