What a great thread!
My year has art-wise been the best in many, many years. November 2015 I bought a Moleskin sketchbook and a new digital toy, the Samsung Galaxy Note tablet. I committed to doing #Dailydoodle2016 - 100 days of sketching. I did not do a sketch every day (most of my sketches took several days), but I have exceeded 100 by quite a few. So even though I never feel I do enough, I have still had a very productive year compared to the previous.
I have familiarised myself with my very, very old Intous 2 A3 tablet, and done som Photoshop work as well. Getting past the difficulty of drawing on a tablet while looking at a screen took some getting used to. I've experimented with different rendering styles and techniques, but no where near as much as I would have liked. I have yet to find a rendering style I feel comfortable with, so this will be something to address this year.
Like I mentioned in my Limbo-thread I don't have any big projects planned for this year. I mainly make art for myself, so I don't have to consider any commercial aspects. My main priorities will be to enjoy the process and not obsessing with the difficulties. I would also like to explore different rendering styles and subject matters, creating aesthetically pleasing and (to me) meaningful pieces. This both means digging deeper to find the core concepts, but also letting go of preconceptions of what I think what I'm trying to convey SHOULD look like.
It is going to be a good year, I'm sure