Day 59: If the Pre-Raphealites have taught me anything, it's that throwing a sweeping cloth behind a figure's head is The Right Thing To Do. Maybe it evens out the awfulness of those hands.
Day 60: I did this over the course of... a lot more than one hour, the day that I went to Allentown to see the At The Edge exhibit, which was so good it hurt. I'm really pleased by the outcome here.
Day 61: This is a character from Elizabeth Bear's Jenny Casey trilogy, which I'd just finished re-reading at the time. The proportions and anatomy of the legs is questionable, but I do like what I did with her overall.
Day 62: This came out rather better than anything I deserved, given my exhaustion
Day 63: And then I tried to draw Aragorn, and while I like what I did with his face (mostly), the rest sort of fell apart.
Day 64: She was a lot of fun to draw! Black eyes and pretty clothes on awesome ladies, yes.
Day 65: I tried doing a 'doodle page', where I didn't focus on drawing just one thing for my hour. It, uh. Didn't work out well. It's not a bad page, just of questionable use.