NOVEMBER CONTEST: SLOWVEMBER
Elena Marengoni last edited by
Here's my entry! My slowvember was so slow that I only painted one of the four panels that make the book spread ...but I learned so much from it!!
Jessica Mercado last edited by
Here is my slowvember entry. It's a book spread from my picture book dummy. The young sister keeps annoying her older sister (top bunk) with animal facts from her book. The blue guide line is where the gutter would be so I tried to design the composition to allow for that.
Ma Thilde last edited by
Hello everybody, here is my drawing for the slowvember contest! Hope you like it! It is about Bram Stoker's Dracula and Lucy's transformation into a vampire. I dont't know if you ever read it but it is a masterpiece!!!
If you need some more details about the processmaking here is my instagram: mathildelebruntid
Good luck everybody!
Jonas Zavacky last edited by
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CosmoglotJay last edited by CosmoglotJay
My first monthly challenge piece - and my first post. Boom!
A continuation of a piece started in October (like, obvi, right?). Loosely inspired by the hallowed Poe poem.
CosmoglotJay last edited by
@peteolczyk Love the visual wind on this!
anya.macleod last edited by
@xin-li I love this so much! P.s you can scan in overlapping sections on a letter size scanner and stitch together in photoshop
Stefan Hohls last edited by
Hi. Here is my entry for 'Slowvember'. The concept was taken from one of my Inktober drawings and here I painted it digitally. First digital painting for me!! Really enjoyed it! Really enjoying all the entries!! Thanks
Because it rains every day in November where I live, and even a little patch of color brings hope.
Thanks for inventing Slowvember, Lee!
Laurasketches last edited by Laurasketches
This is the slowest of slowvembers for me. I played the viola in high school. (I was dismal at it..._)I daydreamed in Orchestra quite a lot. On the back of the sheet music for Vivaldi's Four Seasons, I sketched a cellist with a tree in each of the seasons sprouting out of the neck. The image has rattled around in my brain ever since.
For this piece, I wanted to explore some of the ideas I learned in the Light and Shadow class...and practice digital painting...which I'm still learning.
Slowvermber: Vivaldi's Four Seasons. Hopefully representing the power of music.
Pilonya last edited by
Hi! Here's my entry, I basically wanted to create a winter image to go on a greeting card. I really love seeing other submissions, such a versatility!
NicolaSchofield last edited by
Here's what I've been working on this month - it's a spread from a story about a guy who has always wanted to be a strongman in the circus but when he tries to join it doesn't quite work out as he planned.
It is watercolour with some heavy digital modifications.
Meta last edited by
My last minute submission to Slowvember. I ended up not doing all of the four generations, but only one for now. I could have made a Throwvember of it, but that wasn't the goal, right? I'll post the others (1920, 1923,2019) as soon as I finish them.
Lots of great submissions here! Good luck to everyone!
final piece for slowvember. I'm seeing a lot of great entries, here.
Robert Maine last edited by
Newer artist and first time contributing to a challenge.
marissaarts last edited by marissaarts
Here's my piece for for Slowvember! Took it slow and felt like I found a new style for myself with this challenge
carlianne last edited by
Is there a time zone that we are supposed to adhere to for the midnight submission time?
Laura Brown last edited by
This is my first post here. I loved the Slowvember concept, but got a late start, so had no time to get feedback. I love the variety of entries, both in subject and style. My post was inspired by childhood memories of trying to escape practicing the piano. I saw somewhere that entries had to be under 500 kb, so that's what I did. Is there a post somewhere about the rules?
Braden Hallett last edited by
@carlianne I think they're pretty forgiving I wanna say that they go by mountain time, but as long as you're close I'll bet they're not picky