Fitting last submission no? November was haaaaard. I arted a lot that month. October was easiest as I only had one drawing posted. January: [link]
[I can't believe this one's not a year old yet. It feels like so long ago...]February: [link]
[I really like this one though no one else really does.]March: [link]
[i need moar dinosaurs in my lief]April: [link]
[4th to last of the doberwolf Roi pics. I really need to take a pic of my Avengers merch speaking of which. *the hulk figure in it*]May: [link]
[One of the first of MANY Avengers fan arts. Like srsly you don't even want to know what all I arted from this phase.]June: [link]
[One of many commissions. A New Years resolution. Stop slacking on these.]July: [link]
[The Stanner phase starts eating away at my brain.]August: [link]
['Nother pic I really like that didn't get a lot of attention. Werewolf!Bruce was the greatest fandom idea EVER.]September: [link]
[I still draw werewolves more outside the month of October than around the actually appropriate holiday. Have to work on that next year...]October: [link]
[Note to self: More asylum pics next year. Ah yeeeees. ...Replaying Arkham Asylum should help out nicely with that.] November: [link]
[Again, hard month to choose a pic for. I drew a lot of awesome fandom shit last month. ...Like 95% of things I draw anymore are fandom related. Specially since the Avengers phase.]December: [link]
[This month was kinda hard to choose for too. My latest revised sona pic though I really like. So there you have it.]
I wish I'd done this every year to look back on. I'll have to keep up with it next year so as to observe my changes easier. I like to think I've improved quite a bit in a year. My Avengers phase helped GREATLY in practicing people, and I hope to keep that up.
Resolutions for next year. ...I never do well with these. I have two very important personal ones, but my third is to keep drawing. I always try to once a day at least, even if it's a lame scribble, but I usually fail and only get every other day at best. Keep drawing, keep practicing what I know but less on what I know better and more on what I know less on. Example being less canines, more people and horses (two species I'd REALLY like to get down pat). All wishful thinking probably, but here's to trying anyway.
Good luck in the new year to all. If this one sucked for you, then make the next one better and the best yet. Don't loose sight of what's important, and always keep drawing and/or writing if that's your passion.