(Updated 2010/11/28 @ 12:00AM : As part of my Version 12 website revisions, I've collapsed the entire Daily Doodle Blog section into one simple page and done away with the lengthy journal entries that doubled as artwork descriptions. The images are still available for viewing below and I hope you enjoy what came of this project.) (Updated 2008/02/15 @ 5:25PM : This little project was really fun, and I ended up making a lot of really awesome pieces of artwork, but I've decided to stop the Daily Doodle Blog. As awesome as the Colors! application is, there are frequent glitches in file saving that corrupt shading and prevent me from exporting the images in an acceptable resolution for posting. I've tried checking for solutions, but development of the application has been moved to the iPhone and the DS version is no longer supported. Again, this was a very fun project and I may do something like it again in the future, but as of today the Daily Doodle Blog comes to a close. Thanks for visiting!)
I like drawing, I really do. But it's hard to find time everyday to pull out my sketchbook, pencils, erasers, and find a nice, comfortable place to draw. The only times I ever have free time is when I'm on the subway to work or on my breaks and occasionally after I get home from work. Obviously, my artistic skill started suffering from the lack of practice so I decided to do something about it. What you ask? I've created a daily doodle blog!
How is this supposed to help? Well, for one I'm not using pencils or paper. I'm using my Nintendo DS with a special program called "Colors!" (although my first few doodles use a program called "Phidias") which are homebrew (made by normal people) applications for drawing on the DS's touch-screen! They program is great and it means I can draw whenever and wherever without needed to lug around my sketchbook!
And so, here it is - a new doodle done on my DS as well as a little blog entry to tell you how I'm doing once a day, every weekday! I really hope you enjoy it as much as I have fun doing it! :D