— click on this icon if you want a random drawing practice exercise.
— information, leading to this page.
— newsletter with a drawing practice exercise and occasionally an editorial. I send it out every Sunday, or every day if you choose.
The bar between the two numbers shows the ratio days you still have versus the credits you have, and turns from green to red if you have to draw today or tomorrow.
Each time you complete an exercise, you get one, two or three “credits”. Each time you miss a day, you lose a credit. When you run out of credit, you lose your drawing streak.
When you finish an exercise, you can press the
button. This will record how many days you drew without interruption, your uninterrupted streak.
When you start the game, you automatically get three credits.
The odds are balanced such that you need to, on average, draw slightly more than two times a week to keep the streak going.
How many days can you continue drawing without breaking the chain?
However, if you find yourself going to another browser, you would have to start from scratch. This could achieve the opposite of the intent: it would demotivate you.
Therefore, I decided to add the input method below. It allows you to start with several credits and a streak of several days in a new browser, so that you can take your score with you to a new device:
It is important to notice that the “I’m done!” drawing streak is recorded in the local, private storage of your browser.
Your credits are stored in the private localstorage of your browser also. This information is not sent to the server.
This is why you don't have to create an account, or log in. It also means you have to always click the button from the same browser, because the streak is stored inside the private storage of that browser on that device.
This also means you don't have to accept cookies in order to play this drawing game. But if you enable cookies, it greatly helps me improve this drawing game.