SEPTEMBER CONTEST: Everyone was shocked to see her show up to school with...
zacharygephardt last edited by zacharygephardt
Here is my entry for the September Contest.
"Mrs. Young asked us to bring in something Brown. Nate brought in a stick. Amber brought in a Brown crayon. However, crazy Marnie topped us all! Everyone was shocked to see her show up to school with a fully grown Oak Tree!"
Good Luck and Thanks for looking!
Tom Shannon last edited by
@chrisaakins This is a great style. Good job!
anya.macleod last edited by anya.macleod
Here is my first every monthly prompt entry, I wanted to do a unicorn but then thought it would be cool if she dressed up her pony as a unicorn instead sorry that the file quality isn’t great I can’t figure out how to downsize my images!!
lenwen last edited by
@anya-macleod OMG this is super sweet!
anya.macleod last edited by
Here is mine. I did this in traditional watercolor on cold press and inked It (and tweaked it) in Procreate. I could spend another week on it but given that I also did a pen and ink version of this and another version on hot press that I tossed, i’m ready to be done with it
noah.albrecht last edited by
Laurie, this is so great! I love that it's a school of rabbits, and all of the students have their own personality! The style is so reminiscent of E.H. Shepard.
@noah-albrecht Thanks! I love his style so I'm glad I was able to capture it.
Kasey Snow last edited by
When is the contest deadline? Been a while since I've entered one, but I got some fun ideas for it that I might flesh out if there's enough time still.
Heather Boyd last edited by
Last day of the month 11:59 I believe.
Nathalie Kranich last edited by
Here's mine! Struggled to come up with a concept for this one, and didn't have a lot of time in the end, but here we are! I'm still pleased with the image at least from a render standpoint I guess.
Shara Mills last edited by Shara Mills
Really pleased with how this turned out. With everyone’s help on the forum it’s a landmark piece for me. Definitely plenty to improve in my skills of execution abilities.
How do you tell when something in your current execution abilities is a strength that you want to lean into and keep in your developing style vs something that would be better to avoid and work to overcome?
Dima Eichhorn last edited by Dima Eichhorn
Hi, everyone! Here is my image for this month. "The new teacher. "
Just want to say that my subscription email is different, but this month I am active subscriber.(email@example.com)
Laurel Aylesworth last edited by
Hi everyone. Here's my entry for this month.
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TwiggyT last edited by
She took her flamingo to dance school to learn to dance the flamenco.
anya.macleod last edited by
@TwiggyT this is so cute love it!
Alesia Roosma last edited by
Here's my first ever entry. I know I could keep tweaking it, but I'm calling it done. I learned so much, mostly that I have a lot more to learn. Anyway, she showed up with Mr. Prickles the cactus cat!
ariel last edited by ariel
Hello! This is my first contest entry for SVS learn. I've been learning so much from the videos I'm excited to finally participate!
Elinore Eaton last edited by Elinore Eaton
I went through a lot of ideas for this prompt, and nothing felt right til I focused in on the word ‘shocked’ and started researching lightning folklore. I asked, “what if a little girl literally brought lightning to school?” So, I found the tale of the Kadlu, and fell in love. According to Inuit folklore, Kweetoo, Ignirtoq, and Kadlu are the three little sister goddesses of lightning, rain, and thunder. Kweetoo makes lightning by hitting flint stones together, and I was thinking how fun would it be to show the moment when Kweetoo goes to school and shows her sisters that she can create lightning.
You can check out my full process (this one was a doozy!) on the forums here.
Love seeing everyone's work! Good luck all!