Here's my entry for this month. Fantasy is not necessarily my thing, so it took me a bit longer to find an idea that I thought would work.
Ok, going to call this done.
Here's my entry. (When I thought of this idea, there was no way I could NOT do it.)
My submission for the July 2019 contest. (This was partly inspired by a “bad design” image I ran across a while back. Here’s a link if you’re interested: http://bit.ly/design-mixup)
Here's my entry for December. I remember that feeling ... not fun. But now, all these years later, it can help inform a piece of art. So, there's value in all experiences I suppose.
Ok, last day of the month and I just finished it up. Here's my entry.
Getting this one in just in time. I kicked around a few ideas for this, and had two of them pretty far along. But, in my infinite wisdom, and with a bunch of other projects happening, I decided THIS PAST WEEKEND that I just had to do this other idea I had. It's actually kind of a "sequel" to my April 2020 entry with the prompt "Lisa's robot invention worked great, until it did this ...". (So, maybe the robot wasn't such a good idea, so she moved on to a mechanical dragonfly suit instead. What could possibly go wrong?)
I wasn't sure I'd be able to get one in this month due to some other projects. I was trying to come up with some kind of unique take on "shocking". This idea wasn't the direction I was going initially, but it kind of stuck with me so I went with it.
(Incidentally, I'm not even sure they make braces this way anymore. I've seen ones that are a bit more subtle, but this is what I had when I was younger.)
I live in Minnesota, and we've had ... well ... a TON of snow this winter. (And another storm is forecasted for this weekend.) My 4-yr old likes to help me shovel.
I also take part in an open artists prompt on Instagram from The Monster Project called Monster Project UNITE, where kids submit a monster drawing and then artists re-interpret and re-imagine them. Here is my latest one, along with the original.
(As a side-note, Monster Project UNITE is a lot of fun and I would recommend taking part. It's interesting to take the seed of an idea from a child's drawing and running with it. And, often times you'll hear back from the kids or their teachers about how much they like the different artists interpretations.)
@Kevin-Longueil I do think the black and white one does work better. I certainly understand the desire to make the bricks yellow though.
What if you made all of the bricks yellow? I took a screen cap and did some rough Photoshopping.
(Not necessarily saying that's the answer, but just trying things out. It may be too much yellow???)