JUNE CONTEST: Meet Albert!
Georgios Christopoulos last edited by
I see a whole lot of cute mischievous mammals this month! In all honesty, I think that the majority of you fellow artists made wonderful pieces. Good luck!
I chose to make a gamble and give Albert an alternative solution.
Since there were no rules on "real" mammal, I chose a mythical creature.
in reality i think it could possibly make a pretty good mascot for a kids show and an educational app, since it could ,in theory ,teach the children a lot of things.
First of all , it is made from different parts of different animals, so you have a lot to analyze.
My second thought was that it would definitely had a hard time fitting in, so It would teach the kiddos a lot about anti-racism, true friendship and all those positive virtues.
So there you go!
Jeremy Ross last edited by
I’m really loving all the entries! Great work everyone.
I decided to try something new with a paper cut out style character design for Albert the Lion. He thinks he’s pretty cool with that red bandana!
K.Flagg last edited by
@Mary-Toth omg I love him!
@Mary-Toth Love him. Certainly looks friendly and cuddly
Meet Albert the Skunk!
Living in the wild, he had to fend for himself. Rescued by the Walter family, he's now trying his best to fit in, but somehow he keeps finding himself in trouble!
Whether it's rifling through the garbage for food, keeping his farts at bay, or digging up the lawn to find worms, he has a lot of work to do to fit in. Lucky he's cute :)!
Iain Davidson last edited by
Another newbie here, although I have been watching for a while. I decided to meet the challenge this month and here's my entry... another otter, but with a sidekick.
Learned a lot. Hoping July's prompt is also Albert based so I can play around with rendering a bit more.
@Sabrina-Gosselin Love your version of the skunk, great work!
@Rachel-Horne Love this guy!
brettb_draws last edited by
My Albert design for this month's contest, I'm really happy with this My goal for this contest was to stick to the brief as closely as possible. 'Playful' and 'cute' were the two words that I tried to communicate the most, as well as the 'kindergarten' age as stated in the brief. I think the 'kind' aspect is missing in my design, but I tried to suggest some of the 'mischievousness' through my colour choices.
I had loads of fun with this design, I love drawing badgers, it's probably my favourite design that I've done. Unfortunately I've been pretty busy this month so I wasn't able to spend as long on this as I would have liked, but I'm really happy and looking forward to the next one.
Let me know what you think
Rachel Horne last edited by
@charlottesart thank you
Sara Nilsson last edited by
@Sara-Nilsson this one! I love him!
aurelia last edited by
Albert is a groundhog. But unlike other groundhogs his age:
He isn't afraid to fly.
... he actually dreams of becoming a pilot when he grows up...
... much to the laughter and scorn of his family and friends, unfortunately.
But he truly believes... that one day he will be... the first groundhog to ever fly in the sky.
And so his adventure begins...
Sabrina Gosselin last edited by
@charlottesart Thank you! Haha I see that we had a similar take, with the b&w and red color scheme. I love that your Albert's pants ripped when he sprayed that poor dogg-o!
Kristin Dudish last edited by
This was a super fun challenge!
I love seeing all of the different takes on Albert... Great job everyone!!
I’m looking forward for more Albert related challenges, since there’s so many great Alberts in here!
Joel Cockrell last edited by
Here is Albert the Chibra (Chia Pet + Zebra)! He's furry, fun, and gets into trouble from time to time.
Kristin Dudish last edited by
@mag This made me laugh out loud... It is SO good!!
Oana last edited by
Meet Albert the Muskrat! He loves his new life in the human family but his muskrat instincts make hard for him to resist playing with water. That shouldn't be a problem, as all toddlers love water, right? This challenge has been a fun thing to do
Oana last edited by Oana
Just a question, after hitting the "submit" button on the Critique arena page, on the page I was directed to all seemed to be ok except an item on the page with an error message on it (like there was an image there that didn't download). Did anyone else get this? Unfortunately instead of making a screenshot I refreshed the page which got me back on the page before.... didn't want to try again and submit twice but hope the one try went ok...