I thoroughly enjoyed this project. I believe this is because I chose a fairly simple rule that did not take up too much off my time. My rule was that I would try miniature figures interacting with everyday objects, ultimately sculpting little stories. The drawings themselves were fairly simple but I feel as though the composition of them makes up for the lack of detail in the illustrations. I would also smudge the ink to make the drawing look messy-I decided this when I accidentally smudged the ink on the first drawing. In order to connect them all I ended up smudging the ink on all of them, however micron ink doesn’t smudge all that easily since it dries quite quickly. I’m really happy with the way they turned out because they remind me of cute doodles someone would do on the subway or sitting in a cafe. For me, this was a good start to my approach to illustration and storytelling-two things I want to improve on this semester. I do not believe I was limited in my choice of rules because it gave me complete freedom to let my imagination roam, which meant that I wasn’t sick of the task at the end of the two weeks. When I was sketching I would just find an object in front of me and create a story around that, which was fairly easy. I could see myself continuing this in the long haul.