When you set yourself the challenge to post work daily, you begin to see a body of work growing, and it happens quite fast. (The work gets automatically archived at the same time - bonus!) It's part of the beauty of blogging.
Without this kind of commitment, I tend to make drawings, put them away in a drawer and forget about them. It's useful to have the opportunity to review work on a continuous basis on a blog. It's a bit like having one huge, luxury studio where you can see all your work laid out in front of you, pick out the interesting stuff to move forward and discard the not-so-good.
"Now, there's a drawing that lives 1/2 way between illustration & 1/2 between cartoon work ... tarot card that just wafted in over the internet ... I wish you were an emoji so I could say: Trippin gentle."
Honestly, I've had some great reviews in my time, but Nancy Smith - that's my favourite, thank you so much! It's a lovely example of how opening up your work to the world can give you something valuable back in return.