100 Kids Challenge
No. 5 (#2 in the dinokid set). 1 more dinokid and then I will be trying out a different style
lenwen last edited by
they all soooo great! I love the textures and the colors, they fit so well with your style.
xin li last edited by
These are so cute. Great shapes and color. Both yours and Smceccarelli’s kids are so inspiring. I am joining in to make 100 kids project also. Wanting to practice drawing boys expecially. A bit low on free time at this moment, so I will Start in December.
@lenwen thank you trying to balance achieving an almost traditional feel for my work whilst remaining digital, I'm glad you like them.
@xin-li Great to hear there will be another 100 kids challenger. Let me know when you start and I will add your website or however you display your work as a link on my blog if you'd like.
Feleri last edited by
These are sooo lovely!
Keep up the great work!
No. 6 (#3 in the dinokid set) I added in pink to the palette as I wanted to have the character squashing fruit and red looked too much like blood. I think the pinks gives it a more playful feel and may look at adding it to the previous dino pieces in the future.
irina last edited by
@gary-wilkinson These are so so so great and i definitely need to start doing it too. Maybe just with observation at first but still to kickstart my kids drawing skills (or lack of)
Marsha Kay Ottum Owen last edited by
These are awesome, Gary!
Judy Elizabeth Wilson last edited by
Brilliant Gary. Shapes are cute, colours are great and I'm looking forward to see the whole 100. Keep going!
Pamela Fraley last edited by
These are great!! Wow!
Whitney Simms last edited by
you had me at underoos and a cape. These are great. portfolio greatness for sure. Not to mention a rowdy gang on the playground. You may fall in love with a few of these characters and make a story.