It's always a great creative exercise to stick to a daily goal for a set period of time, as Gregory Darroll shows in A Month Of Motion, a collection of short animations he did once daily in June.
In June 2017, as part of a bigger personal project of creating something every day, I set out to illustrate and animate a short looped clip each day for an entire month. This particular challenge was aimed at not only pushing myself to create a collection of quality motion graphics, but also to learn some new skills along the way.
Check out his Instagram and his website for more fun stuff.
• A Month Of Motion (Vimeo / Gregory Darroll via Behance)
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