My Creative Challenges

A creative challenge is a daily challenge with a set number of days. It can be as short as a week and as long as 365 days.

Since 2013, I am regularly taking on creative challenges to stretch my creative muscle, my endurance, and specific skills. If you’re wondering where to start, I wrote about how you to pick the right creative challenge for you.

You can explore the creative challenges I’ve completed so far below:


100 Days Challenge
// Currently doing “100 Stories From My Pocket“, a 100-day challenge during which I took pictures with my phone and drew directly on my phone to create a story. It started on April 4th, 2017 and ended July 12th.


30 Days Challenge
// From January 4th to February 2nd I completed “30 Days of Teita“, a drawing + video animation challenge for 30 days going through memories of my grandmother.


100 Days Challenge
// From April 20th to July 28th, 2016, I completed “100 Day of Videos“, 100 videos (video, animation, stop-motion) for Instagram. Between the first day and the last, Instagram went from 15 seconds to 60seconds video.


10 Days Challenge
// From February 13th to February 23rd, I completed a “Creative Break“, that consisted of 10 Instagram videos made during a trip to Thaïland. That little challenge helped me test out making videos for 100 days.



60 Days Challenge
// From September 1st, 2015 to November 5th, 2015, I completed “Creative Folly“, a 60 days drawing challenge on a notebook. A notebook/a page/a day. There was a one-day hiatus to complete a mini live-graphic-novel-making challenge.


100 Days Challenge
// From April 6th to July 14th, 2015, I completed “100 Days of Ronda” creating 100 iterations of my alter ego: Ronda Bazooka.


365 Days Challenge
// From January 1st to December 31st, 2013, I completed a 365 challenge recording one timelapse a day with a GoPro. The challenge was shared in 2014 as a video compiling one second per day of each time-lapse.