This time I upped the count to ten completed together. Basically I take out my little notebook jot down the items and brainstorm them for a day or two. Then another day or three to study the objects/subjects that need to be drawn. A day for loose sketch, a day for good line work. A week to procrastinate color decisions. You get the idea. It's a process.
I found Sacrifice to be the most relatable card. As a mother I know the feeling of putting the little ones first. Also I liked this piece because I used a couple of the color cues from Mona Lisa. I felt these colors made a powerful impact on the overall mood. Kick in the Head was the most impossible item to come up with. The drawing was more of a quitter choice than a devine selection. I was really thinking about drawing a soccer players foot kicking a toilet but thought better of it. No Way Out, Rejection, Do Not Disturb, Multitasking and Traps were all pretty simple animal and plant themed cards. Which I usually do a lot of, they are in my comfort zone. I am not a huge fan of horror items so when I drew Horror I made it more of a cutesy humor subject. Fairy Tale and Magic were my favorites of this batch. I visualized lots of fun things while I was doing them. Click the link to see all the cards completed so far for the 100 Card Challenge.