Yeah! But you can do it If I can offer a bit of advice, it REALLY helps to allow that number to be an average - that way you haven't 'ruined' it if you miss a day Or even a week for that matter. It allows you to catch up on weekends and stuff if you need to! But do whatever you think will work for you ^.^
Good for you ^.^ Sketchdump project - is that like a minimum number of sketches that you have yourself complete in a time frame? Or is that just making sure you upload everything you draw? Pretty gallery, btw Your progress is coming along nicely!
That's a good idea What do you do to improve, if you don't mind me asking? Do you study from photographs mostly, or references like posemaniacs? Or do you just keep drawing? Or learn from tutorials here on DA?
Well... first of all... I'm pretty limited in drawing time. I have a physical disability which causes this. So when I practice, the most important thing for me, is that I maintain fun in drawing. I do this by drawing stuff purely for myself (so no requests and fanart). I don't have subjects that I really force myself to draw. I tend to combine things I like with things I want to learn.
The things I like to draw are mainly character and settings from the story I write. But this is a very wide settings, so it includes a lot. When I want to practice the male figure (or anatomy, in general) I use one of my male characters to do so. Same goes for female characters and surroundings. I do look at a lot of references to get the poses right, but I just give it my own twist. By doing so, I hope to get closer to the original character designs eventually. The ones that are in my head. And when doing so, I hope to become awfully good at drawing