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    Comic Artists Shared Every Hour Of Their Life On Hourly Comic Day

    Hint: They make a lot of comics.

    Did you know that Hourly Comics Day is every February 1st?

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    The rules are simple: Comic artists and illustrators who want to participate just draw a short comic about what they're doing for every hour they are awake.

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    Art by Kelly Leigh Miller, who you can follow on Tumblr and Twitter.

    It's a great drawing and writing exercise as well as an introspective day for artists.

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    If you know any comic-makers, they were probably very busy on Monday.

    It's pretty cool. Here are some more selections from the comics that artists shared this year:

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    Art by Jess Worby.

    Some people got themselves all spruced up for the big day.

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    Art by Maddi Gonzalez who you can check out on Tumblr and Twitter.

    Some peoples' days were pretty straightforward all the way through.

    Clio Chiang / Via blog.cliochiang.com

    Art by Clio Chiang who you can follow on Tumblr.

    Some got straight to work.

    Carey Pietsch / Via careydraws.tumblr.com

    Art by Carey Pietsch who you can follow on Twitter.

    Some spent time with family.

    Andy Leigh R. / Via andyleighr.tumblr.com

    Art by Andy Leigh R., who you can follow on Tumblr and Twitter.

    Others with pets.

    Joe Decie / Via joedecie.tumblr.com

    Art by Joe Decie, who you can follow on Tumblr and Twitter.

    Some did their best to get some exercise during the day.

    Dustin Harbin / Via dharbin.com

    Art by Dustin Harbin, who you can follow on Tumblr, Twitter, and Instagram.

    Some used the opportunity to show off their brilliant outfits.

    Amber Rogers / Via egomatter.tumblr.com

    Art by Amber Rogers, who you can check out on Tumblr and Twitter.

    And others documented the things that infuriated them.

    Dan Berry / Via thingsbydan.co.uk

    Art by Dan Berry

    We got to see the luxurious meals people prepared for themselves.

    Carey Pietsch / Via careydraws.tumblr.com

    We got a glimpse into peoples' intimate lives.

    Maddi Gonzalez / Via maddigzlz.tumblr.com

    Art by Maddi Gonzalez who you can check out on Tumblr and Twitter.

    And relationships.

    Jess Worby / Via instagram.com

    Art by Jess Worby.

    We got an inside look at peoples' jobs.

    Emi Gennis / Via emigennis.tumblr.com

    Art by Emi Gennis

    And their little missteps.

    Dan Berry / Via thingsbydan.co.uk

    Art by Dan Berry

    In general, the exercise can be a fascinating way to see how people prioritize their everyday life.

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    Art by Chris Pearce who you can follow on Tumblr.

    Seeing what people choose to keep a record of can say a lot about their lives.

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    And in the act of conscious reflection, participants can learn a lot about themselves.

    Lucy Bellwood / Via medium.com

    Art by Lucy Bellwood who you can see more of on Patreon and Twitter .

    We got a glimpse of vulnerability in people that we might not usually get to see.

    Ellen T. Crenshaw / Via etcillustration.tumblr.com

    But it was also just a nice quiet look into everyday life.

    Joe Decie / Via joedecie.tumblr.com

    Art by Joe Decie. (Tumblr and Twitter)

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