Well, I'm glad to say that I'm on track with my #trainticketart challenge so far! In fact, I can't believe it's been 6 days already. I've really been enjoying it and it has been really freeing to doodle and create without any pressure (except for the motivation to get SOMETHING done every day so I can post it on Instagram!
It's not too late to join me – you don't have to use actual train tickets if you haven't got any, use any labels or tags (or business cards for that matter). I've put a link on the sidebar to it, and all you have to do is tag your art with #trainticketart and put it on Twitter or Instagram or leave a comment here if you don't do either of those.
These are the ones I've done so far
This is today's, a quick and simple jaggedly design. I set up a 'recipe' on IFTTT.com to send it from Instagram to Evernote and am writing this post directly in Evernote.
Yesterday I went to The National Archives in London and as I was coming out, there was a family of gorgeous swans swimming in the lake outside the Archives so that's why he is in there.
This was the first day's picture. There is a dogwood bush in the garden (at least, I think that's what it is called, it has bright red stems in the wintertime) and the leaves are two colours as if they have been nibbled round the edges with a different colour. Not quite these colours, the outer one is more creamy white than yellow….
I'm going to try and do a progress report every week but if you want to keep track of how it's going, follow me on Instagram!