Recently I had someone ask me how I got back into art after taking a break from drawing for six years while studying engineering. I told him in general terms to develop a habit of drawing a lot and that over time his skills would improve. But just drawing for it’s own sake can be boring after a while, so I also add that it would help to set some mini-goals for motivation. That’s where art challenges come in.
Sketch Dailies had some cool topics a couple of weeks ago where they partnered with the Monster Project to make kids’ drawings come to life. For each weekday, a different monster drawing was posted on Twitter for the Sketch Dailies community to make their own interpretations of the drawing. I had a lot of fun with this monster, and I even had the mother of the kid who drew the picture reach out to me on Instagram. So cool!
Anyways, go check out the link above and take a look at all the cool art. I’ll be posting a couple more in a the next few days. Cheers!
… I’d still be lousy at swimming.
Red Skull’s table was getting too rowdy.
Capricornus for Sketch Dailies
Here are a couple sketches I made during my weekend trip to Las Vegas, or more like during my flight back home from Vegas. Unfortunately, I didn’t have my sketchbook with me when I visited Red Rocks Canyon. Next time, next time…