Yes, I decided to do it again. To go through drawing or painting every day, and this time I decided to up the scale. Since it was really hard for me to think of themes for the drawings last time, I decided to let other people choose my themes. But how would I motivate them to help me out? I would let them keep the drawing I created.
I had a much better plan than last time - I would draw each day, and I wouldn't let myself get stuck in over-detailed drawings or paintings. Also, my baby finally started sleeping a little bit better, so I knew I wouldn't be as tired. Still, it was far from easy. Some of the themes people suggested were pretty complex (for example, "duality of human nature"), and required quite a bit of research before I was able to even start drawing. So about 50% of the time I spend on each drawing was research, looking through photos I might use as a reference, or finding that one song that would fit the mood of the drawing perfectly.
But this time, I had almost no cheat days, and a lot of drawings had an an actual message and a deeper meaning. Plus, it made other people happy :)
Here are the results. I'm proud to say I didn't skip a day, and even if I'm not as satisfied with every drawing, I'm pretty happy with the challenge in general. Can't wait for next year!