oriental shirt

I made a 30 day drawing challenge.

Hey. This is a month long character drawing challenge. I’ve been meaning to do one of these for a while now so I can finally learn to draw my OCs consistently, but I never got around to it and I thought maybe I’d be a bit more motivated if I made one myself.

I’m probably going to do this for July because it’s the only month I have nothing planned. Feel free to use this, in fact I encourage you to! Also, If you’re willing, I’d really like it if you could link back to this or something because I’d love to see what people do with this.

Thanks for checking this out! Have fun!


Draw a character:

1. Blushing
2. In “formal” clothing: a suit, dress, kimono/yukata (?)
3. Cooking
4. Laughing
5. Working out
6. With/ Without glasses
7. Stargazing
8. Wearing gender/orientation flag shirt
9. Eating their favourite food
10. Crying
11. Singing
12. With a cold
13. Losing (at anything really)
14. Wearing a big hoodie/sweater
15. Playing video games
16. In a different pallete
17. Arrested (or bailing someone out)
18. In a swimsuit/summer clothes
19. As a child
20. In pyjamas
21. Caught in the rain
22. Frightened
23. Wielding a gigantic weapon
24. Bloody/ wounded
25. In an AU
26. Sleeping
27. Playing a sport
28. Wearing horrible 80s fashion
29. In very hot/cold weather
30. Drawing a picture of you

This is Rayo Vallecano’s 2015/2016 kit. Each colored stripe represents a different social issue or injustice that somebody is facing in their life.

The red is for those fighting cancer.
The orange is for people with disabilities.
The yellow is for people who have lost hope and for suicide prevention.
The green is for those who protect the environment.
The blue is for mistreated children.
The pink is for victims of domestic violence.
The whole rainbow effect is for people who have been discriminated against because of their sexual orientation.

Also, for every shirt sold 7€ goes to charities supporting those causes. Amazing.

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  • Rayo’s 2015-16 away kit with “society’s unsung heroes”:

red for those fighting cancer, orange for disabled people, yellow for people with depression, green for those fighting to protect the environment, blue against child abuse, pink for gender based violence and with those who fight against sexual orientation discrimination

  • 7€ of each shirt will be shared equally between the associations chosen to represent each cause
  • Subscriptions 2015-16:

1€ from every season ticket, 8€ from each season ticket of a ‘Simpatizante and Simpatizante plus’ (supporter) will go to associations

  • Also Rayo are supporting cancer with a pink band on their 3rd Kit

The best tips I have for incoming college freshmen:
1. Don’t wear your orientation t-shirt ever
2. Don’t wear your student id in a lanyard around your neck