Here is my yeti's home! He likes to collect colorful candy, and uses it as decor. Complete with gumdrop lights, haha. This was such a good challenge
My name is Jade and I'm an aspiring children's book illustrator! I'm taking steps each day to get closer to my illustration career goals.
Here is my finished entry for the October contest.
Had lots of fun with it, and learned a lot while in the process of making it. A huge thank you to everyone who helped me along the way!
I've slowly been working through the intro to character design course. I kinda got carried away in the "rough ideas" stage, and ended up making decently fleshed out characters already (even though they're still really rough sketches). I really need to get back to the lessons and create the character lineup. My idea was Beauty and the Beast set in the Victorian era
Here is my first completed assignment for the class. I've separated it into three images; as the assignment is divided into three parts
I'll continue to post to this thread as I complete the assignments. Feel free to give me feedback, and critique me if there are any glaring mistakes. It would be much appreciated!
Part 1: Caricature
Part 2: Stance
Part 3: Angle (Kept at the rough sketch phase)
I'm so excited for this months' contest! This will be the first that I participate in
Here is my (really) rough sketch/idea for the piece. Please feel free to give me feedback throughout the process! I'm always trying to keep an eye out for tangents and compositional problems.
Oh Halloween night, three bunnies wandered into the old graveyard. To their surprise; they found a giant carrot to feast on. Everything was great until spooky ghosts started to show up!
@donnamakesart There's this one art channel I follow on youtube called Art Prof. They make all sorts of videos covering a lot of different aspects of art. Recently they've been working on imaginary landscapes or backgrounds. It might help you to get started without any pressure, and to just have some fun
It's fun to watch, and they usually have some really good pieces of advice throughout the video. Be forewarned though, the videos are about an hour and a half long each.
@seelliott This turned out great! They all are very cohesive, yet still have their own unique flair with each of them. Fantastic work!
@xin-li Congratulations! That is fantastic!