Our SVS Virtual Studio JANUARY 2021!!!!!!
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@Braden-Hallett Great idea! Way better than my opening the last PSD file and clicking through every layer's blending mode when I start a new project.
@ajillustrates I know, right! That's usually what I do, too!
Allright. Alllllmost. One more time! 563rd time's the charm, right?
carrieannebrown last edited by carrieannebrown
@Pamela-Fraley she's one of my favourites too! I've been meaning to do master study of her for ages, you've inspired me to do one this weekend
@carrieannebrown thank you! she is amazing!I love her secret garden illustrations too.
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This portfolio spot
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I got a major assignment done. As a reward to myself I drew an ocelot.
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@Braden-Hallett love the screaming face on panel 4!
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@skillydan I love the composition and the dark humor. Well done!
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Thanks @txels ! I always enjoy an extreme angle.
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Trying various styles at the moment.
This one is a monster slayer,wth various same weighted lines.
Wanted to try keeping the contour lines really thin,just like the inside detail lines.
Coloured lines,Shades and highlightsare left.
What do you think?
Made this based on an art prompt from a group that's more Fine Art and Studio Art-oriented than illustration, but thought I'd share it here too. It's called "The Tree of Hopes and Dreams". The prompt was supposed to merge the requirements of a landscape, a tree, and the concept of "inside/out". The tree was supposed to indicate/represent a contrast of some nature to something else.
So, I ran with the idea of that state one experiences before one commits to a choice. To be presented with a moment laden with potential, and simultaneously not know whether it is good or bad. To know there are signs but not be able to interpret them. To shift from the vast emptiness of what is known to step into the bright light of the unknown.
Well, that's what was in my head, anyway. LOL!
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Hi everyone! I've spent this month trying to work on a series of kids and their dogs. People love that stuff right? lol I'm enjoying these but always looking for ways to improve them.
kylebeaudette last edited by kylebeaudette
Working on this style.
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wanted to share this illustration I did for the prompt "home" for inktober52
I was inspired by the simplicity of landscapes in the Miyazaki films and didn't think about trying to replicate it but instead just tried to keep the feeling I get when I watch these films
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@krish-iyer I really like this! Simple, yet beautiful!
Doodlin' along learning all kinds of cool things about clip studio.
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Parent and child, going through a rough neighborhood.
Traced the buildings in the background from a great artist named 'mateusz urbanowicz', and then altered them to make them fit the drawing. I often trace real world photos and then alter that for backgrounds, but here I found these cool drawings and stole their shape. Wrong? Yep. Gotta learn backgrounds
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phew! I was finally able to finish some work I began forever ago when I was rereading Harry Potter for the 4th time.
and I began working on another piece that I begun even before that