I’m also a father and husband and often struggle with the notion of not having enough time to create art and “catch up”, so to speak. But I can only do what I can, and I’ve found peace in just enjoying the learning and getting just 1% better each day or month.
Also agree that fitness and outdoors have a huge influence on sparking creativity, especially nature walks!
Great job! I love how your characters turned out. This was fun for me to see as I'm in the middle of this class right now! The class really is helpful and I feel more confident having a process to follow for character design. Thanks for sharing!
@Casual-T Thanks a lot!` Appreciate the opinion! @Jacy13 Thanks a lot Jacy! @Kevin-Longueil Thanks Kevin!Oh I see! I ll check the post about the contest!
@Melissa-Bailey-0 Thanks a lot Melissa! Noted!!!
I must say, this was the best so far.
I went for the official prompt list.
Had lot of ideas for most of the prompts, and while some were narrowing down my concepts, others made me come up with pretty interesting concepts.
Also went the digital way, because that was the domain I wanted to get better at, since it s my main tool when working.
Speed was a big big thing that I wanted to improve.
Tried so many new stuff that otherwise someone d have to commission me to do them(ehem, comfort zone) and had real fun overall.
How did your inktober go?What will you do next?? Feel free to post your full collection here,compilation of all 31 days!
Also include your handles,so others can see you!
Thanks so much guys! Pointing out the more 3D elements vs flat was something I couldn’t pinpoint but was struggling with. And concept/story has been my biggest struggle. But it’s good to know the other elements I have been focusing on (composition, value and rendering) are working.
Watching everyone else’s critiques was helpful too.
I definitely hope to see more of this style of critique if y’all have the time for them 😄