How I taught myself to create 50 pieces of animation in 100 days
It was a summer night in Seattle. I ate some ice-cream, watched a Youtube tutorial, and downloaded a free trial of Principle. Several months later, I completed my 5th 100-day-project — 100 Days of Motion.
I started my first 100-day-project back in 2015. My past projects include 100 Days of Doodle, 100 Days of Lettering, 100 Days of Watercolor, and 100 Days of Vector Illustration.
For me, 100-day-project is a creative outlet. It allows me to express myself through art. The joy of creation and the challenge of learning a new craft always keeps me coming back for more.
In 100 Days of Motion Design, I taught myself to animate and created 50 pieces of vector-based animation in 100 days. You can find all of them on Instagram and Dribbble.
Here is my creative process, the tools I used, and a reflection on the project.