Hello! And thanks for checking out my day 4 of the 21 day drawing challenge! Don't forget that if you are doing the challenge, you can always post it to facebook or twitter with #draw21days. Or, you can post them as a comment on my blog. I'd love to see them!
Today's challenge involves looking at your hand and try to draw it. You can do it anyway you like whether it be realistic, graphic, line, cartoon, etc. To watch the video, click here.
Here is what I came up with:
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Hi there! Welcome to day 3 of the 21 day drawing challenge! Apparently I had the hashtag incorrect earlier. It is #draw21days. At any rate, today's challenge is to download the reference sheet, and then draw what you see within the spaces of the scribbles and lines, and then embelish them.
I have to admit this one took me a bit longer to come up with something and I had a couple of false starts. But it did remind me of when I was little and my grandfather and I used to sit at the kitchen table together looking at the designs in the patterns of the table top. It was white with green squiggles all over. We would take pencils and look for pictures within the squiggles and then draw them out right there on the table. No paper or anything. So, I did especially like this challenge.
Here is the video, for your viewing pleasure: Click Here Again, make sure you download the refence file from the exercise link, and print it out!
Finally, here is what I came up with! Hope you're having fun. :)
Hey, everyone! Welcome to DAY 2 of the drawing for 21 days challenge. I hope that you had the opportunity to work on the challenge yesterday, and that you are ready for today's drawing...or drawings!
If you would like to watch the challenge video, check it out here! The challenge today was dealing with the idea of drawing in shapes, and doing so with a twist. It's called continuous line drawing - which means once you put your pen or pencil on the paper, you can't lift it, and you can't erase it - even if you make mistakes. We're actually supposed to do 4 drawings today.
1. Smiley face
2. A hand holding a bottle
3. A man riding a unicycle
4. A dog running
And remember, you can't lift your pencil! But you can and should try drawing the items several times until you come up with one that you stylistically like!
For your viewing pleasure, my images, and my daughter''s as well....
Hey there! How are you? So I decided to take on Lynda.com's 21 day drawing challenge! And I'm going to post all of my results right here on my blog. I invite you to do this challenge with me! You can post them on twitter, or facebook with the #21daydrawingchallenge. But if you wouldn't mind, I would also love to see them here on my blog! If not, that's okay too.
DAY 1: Draw a cat! If you go to Lynda.com you can watch their videos on the challenge, and take their course for free! My daughter and I both decided to work on it together. So here are our drawings!
My latest commission just went live! It was for the Jennifer Rick Foster Campaign. She is a local politician going for the Victoria County Treasurer. I had a lot of fun making images for her pushcards, working on her photos, and building her new website! Here are some screen shots of the site.
Check it out live at www.jenniferrickfoster.org!
I never really grew up.