Ah, this was... difficult. I'll keep much better track this year. xD The blank meme can be found here: [link]
January: This was a picture that I drew for my Drawing I class. I had a lot of fun with it, though I never did fully finish it. xD
This was my first digital drawing on photoshop. I was so proud of it. *Sniff* It was of one of my classmates.
Oh my gosh I was excited about this one. Fan art. It was /actually/ some /real/ fan art! I did it for a friend, who, really, is no longer a friend. Some bittersweet feelings here.
And colored digitally: [link]
This was a birthday present for a friend who was a big fan of USUK. She, unfortunately, isn't my friend anymore either. Huh. I still like the picture, though. >3 It has a lot of good memories associated with it, too.
This was for a class of mine, Computer Graphics II. We had to make a self-portrait using Illustrator.
June: I agonized over this picture /forever/, and never really did get around to uploading it. Fond memories with awesome people, this one has.
Did this for a contest for one of my old friend's cosplay groups. It was the same friend that I'd drawn the Denmark for. /sigh But I drew it in the company of some awesome people, so mostly, this picture makes me smile.
This one makes me very happy! I drew it in a pizza place in Chicago, where I was on a missions trip! We stayed in a Puerto Rican community. I just... love Spanish, so so much, so that trip was a lot of fun for me.
September: I haven't uploaded this one, but I'm coloring it! An awesome friend of mine asked me to draw it for her. I think it's of a video game character or something.
October: Hmm, I didn't upload this one, either. It's of my manager at work. I work at Domino's pizza, and drew her as the Domino's ninja. >3 That thing she's brandishing, it's a bubble-poker. xD
This picture represents a serious style-change for me. I also drew it at my wonderful friend's house, so. Yeah. Double-awesomeness.
This is my avatar on gaiaonline, and it's really a big deal for me. It's the first picture where I just turned my pencil lines directly into lineart, without going over it. It removed the need to draw over my own lines, which I hated with a passion, and now I can make digital art probably like, 20x faster. So I make it a lot more often.