JANUARY PROMPT "BIG"
A giant rock golem ponders the existence of this squishy fleshling. Ink and colored pencils.
Here's mine. A scene at a beach that really exists... but with one rather unlikely guest!
I'm taking the Creative Composition class right now and am already seeing some things I could to to make this even more snappy. Oh well! Sign that the class is working, for sure.
Pencilled and inked on A3 paper, colorized in Photoshop.
frankiiij last edited by
@Coreyartus this is spectacular! Thank you so much for sharing such beauty!
Hi, everyone! Here’s my entry. I hope you guys like it.
Elena Marengoni last edited by
Big monster, big surprise, big hug, big friendship.
Made with Polychromos pencils (and watercolor pencils for some details)
KathrynAdebayo last edited by
@Elena-Marengoni Fantastic use of the pencils! Inspiring!
Elena Marengoni last edited by
@KathrynAdebayo Thank you!!
Pilonya last edited by
Hi everyone, here is my entry, I hope you'll like it. It was fun to not use computer at all this time.
@Chip-Valecek Thank you always supporting my art on Instagram. Below my "Big" Aquaman fanart piece, if fanart pieces are not allowed that's fine I was still excited about this piece. Thank you!!!!!!!
The speed paint video is here!
@PKohout Love this piece
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@josegalue25 Good job with the color.
Heather Boyd last edited by Heather Boyd
@josegalue25 This is quite an eye catching piece and I really love your colours. I will certainly look at your speed painting video!
I went to your Instagram and watched your video -nice. Also enjoy the octopus / wine glass and what I would access to be dino wrapping paper and spaceman.
JDRpictures last edited by
So happy to get going again. Here’s my entry for Big
rachelpenman last edited by
So...here's my submission, I've never entered any form of art competition so rather excited!
Its titled Big Heart.
"The moon was so lonely she cried out a lake, so Betty took a boat out to her and gave her, her heart."
@Heather-Boyd Thank you I appreciated!
Elizabeth Rose last edited by
"Size Doesn't Matter"
This one had several steps: First started as a sketch, then in photoshop where Ivan (my foster squirrel) was photoshopped to a bike. Then text added around him. Printed out and transferred to linoleum and carved, printed out on the press, then back to photoshop for some editing and sizing, reprinted out and exposed to a screen and screen-printed. Lots of steps. It was super fun!
I'm new to the forum and decided to participate in this months prompt. I'm learning so much here and am looking forward to the future.
Chris Perry 0 last edited by
I chose to depict the epic journey of Narnia's Voyage of the Dawn Treader. I also show Reepicheep, the daring mouse who was quite big at heart for his size.
This is my first entry, I hope you like it n.n
I used the prompt of this month to portray one of my big nightmares and turn it into something beautiful, I'm very happy with the result
Jessica Mercado last edited by
Hello, this is my first post & first submission to a SVS prompt challenge. This illustration was done with prisma color pencils. It's an image of an angel flying toward the northern lights. Was hoping to capture BIG sky, BIG wonder and I went BIG with the time I spent on this with all the crosshatching and textured style. It was a challenge to convey the ethereal light with this technique but I enjoyed that part of the challenge. I appreciate any feedback as a newbie