Fall In Love with February

Welcome to a brand new month, and a brand new challenge! Today begins the first day of Fall In Love with February. This month is all about falling in love and couple drawing. Because it is going to be a bit more intensive, I will only be posting a drawing from every other day. There are only 14 prompts this month!

When you look at the prompts, you will notice that they follow a pattern. It is the classic story of boy meets girl (or boy or girl meets girl, as you like), they become friends, and their relationship progresses. You could draw the same couple every day, or you could draw a new one as the mood strikes you. It’s all up to you!

Make sure to use #FallInLoveFeb2018 if you post on Instagram or Twitter if you are following along. I’d love to see your creations!

This week in art

This past week has been a bit hectic (as evidenced by my lack of posting). What with work, a new tattoo, and an irresistible desire to play World of Warcraft, I haven’t had time for much else. However, I did do my drawings every day. At least I thought I did. Then when I was looking at my drawings, they didn’t quite add up! I missed the ogre. Oh well. It’s the first time I’ve missed a day at all since the holidays, so I’m not beating myself up over it too much.

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So before we fall in love let’s take a look back at the drawing from this week!

Manuary Day 25: Demon

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I really liked the expression I got on this devilish guy. He looks so devious! I wanted to make him look fairly normal, aside from the horns, and make him look like he’s asking you to keep them a secret. This is one of my favorites this week.

Drawn on 75lb drawing paper with 6H pencil, and Sharpie super fine marker.

Manuary Day 26: Ogre

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Poor Ogre got forgotten! I don’t even remember what it was I was doing on Friday that led up to me forgetting to draw this one. It was probably because we ended up going out for dinner!

Manuary Day 27: Cat Man

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I’m not super thrilled with this cat boy. His hands came out wonky, and so did his hair. There’s just a lot to not like about him. That said, I do like the way his tail came out!

Drawn on 75lb drawing paper with 6H pencil, and Sharpie super fine marker.

Manuary Day 28:Alien


I know, it’s not original, but I love Roger so much! He’s so sassy and selfish and funny. I broke out my tablet for this one since I was more or less laid up after my tattoo session. I’m glad I did! I discovered that I’m not as bad as I anticipated.

Drawn on Surface Pro 4 with Clip Studio Paint

Manuary Day 29: Minotaur


Not as good as my Roger the alien, but still not completely disappointed with this attempt on my tablet. I had fun drawing this little chibi, and I worked on some new skills. That’s the whole point of the exercise, right? Right.

Drawn on Surface Pro 4 with Clip Studio Paint.

Manuary Day 30: Mage


This is another of my favorites from the week. This “janitor mage” was based off the character created by one of my friends. I was considering the backstory he’d created for him and decided I’d take a crack at drawing him learning a bit of clean-up magic.

Drawn on 75lb drawing paper with 6H pencil, and Sharpie super fine marker.

Manuary Day 31: Tribal



My final drawing of Manuary! I looked at my prompts last night and then told the mister, “I have no idea what I was thinking when I put down Tribal.” I still don’t know what I was thinking. But I forged ahead and decided to go with a caveman feel. The pose is actually based on a photo. I wanted to try morphing a reference from real to chibi. I was pretty pleased with the outcome!

Drawn on 75lb drawing paper with 6H pencil, and Sharpie super fine marker.

Next Week?

This week we have a couple meeting for the first time, becoming friends, holding hands and having their first kiss. Be sure to let me know if you are joining in and share your drawings on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter with #FallInLoveFeb2018.

Also, let me know which one was your favorite in the comments!

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