OCTOBER COMPETITION TOPIC: MISUNDERSTOOD MONSTER
@pilonya this is really cute! You know i’ve been planning a similar illustration as well. I don’t when i’ll start mine though. Great job!
@vania-s i love all the panic in the chracters! Aww... poor monster! Lol
Jose Ramos last edited by
My Misunderstood Monster for this month´s contest:
"Can I get a Hugh?
KajsaH last edited by
I'm new here on SVS and the forum but I'm really liking this place a lot! Great people and amazing art! Can't wait to take one of the courses
Here is my Misunderstood monster for the October challenge, hope you'll like it!
"The big Forest Monster's main task was to scare everybody away, including small creatures, so he just couldn't understand what he was doing wrong. They just kept climbing on to him, nesting and falling asleep and stuff. Couldn't they see how big and dangerous he was!?"
Please come with constructive criticism and tips! I'm new with digital painting but really wanna learn more!
Vania S last edited by
@nyrrylcadiz Thank you! Lol
Pilonya last edited by
@nyrrylcadiz Thank you! I'm looking forward to see your version too!
Hello everyone ! Here is my Melancholic, Misunderstood Monster sitting by the river.
I really enjoy being part of the SVS community and I feel like I've been learning so much already, I really hope to keep on improving. Any feedback on my work can be a great way to improve and learn more, so I hope that you won't be shy about saying what you think ! looking forward to seeing all of your monsters.
Eli last edited by
@louisedamiano I LOVE this monster! So pensive and I love the shape of its body. The colors are wonderful. Awesome work!!
@louisedamiano I really like the post mark too. Great composition
@pilonya such a good idea! Must be hard to be a monster with technology now days.
Pilonya last edited by
@branden-brushett Thank you! I think it has never been easy for monsters, and now it's even worse..poor little hairy creatures
I did a slightly different interpretation of the theme. Aldo Leopold was an instrumental figure in the early US conservation movement and he said that he originally viewed wolves as predators to be feared and eradicated but then came to a new understanding of them after he shot a mother wolf. He wrote:
“We reached the old wolf in time to watch a fierce green fire dying in her eyes. I realized then, and have known ever since, that there was something new to me in those eyes – something known only to her and to the mountain. I was young then, and full of trigger-itch; I thought that because fewer wolves meant more deer, that no wolves would mean hunters’ paradise. But after seeing the green fire die, I sensed that neither the wolf nor the mountain agreed with such a view.”
I did this as a traditional watercolor and Procreate digital composite.
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Link to uncompressed image: https://jerkjacobsdotcom.wordpress.com/2018/10/25/miss-again/
New here, picked up painting again after long break. Fun challenge!
Good luck all!
Buddy Skelton last edited by
Quick sketch of, in my opinion, the ultimate misunderstood monster, Frankenstein's Monster.
Angelo Pace last edited by
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abewitz1 last edited by
I really struggled all month to come up with my version of a misunderstood monster. Then I watched the newest The Mummy movie with Tom Cruise over the weekend and this happened.
@branden-brushett this is genius!
rmolstre last edited by
Who knew the bogeyman under the bed would become a slumber party favorite?
@nyrrylcadiz Oh wow! Thanks Nyrryl! BTW, I love that one you did with the flying dog in your WIP post. It's so good! Looking forward to seeing your entry.