Day 2: This was fun and although my drawing skills aren't great, i would probably do this exercise on a regular basis just to jumpstart some creative thoughts
Day 4 (and Day 11): This started on Day 4 as just a pile of some color from watercolor pencils and i really didn't like how it turned out. Once we addressed it on Day 11, i could see some potential shapes and then a story emerge: The little lizard is victorious over the blue spotted dragon as the volcano erupts in celebration in the background.
Day 5: i liked how this thing emerged from this little seed in the corner
Day 7: while i didn't go as far as making them unknown creatures, i did work in a style that i don't normally do when i draw animals. The cheese i can see is an influence from my son's Shopkins which i find randomly about the house.
Day 9: i've always liked geometric patterns and wanted to try one with watercolors
Day 10: calming thread exercise
Day 12: I liked drawing structured boxes and half boxes and just supporting lines and then wanted to emphasize the full box structures made by the overlaps
Day 13: An evolution of flatten and thread
Day 14: Found this texture on a leaf in our garden and liked the neat rows of dots and how they were pretty uniformly distributed up and down on the leaf