Hi! Here's my comic submission for the storytelling challenge. The short scene will hopefully speak for itself, but here's a brief overview of the backdrop I had in mind: In early Christian Poland the tension between the old pagan faith and Christianity is mounting and feelings are running high not only between people but also between the spirits of old, folk saints and devils. A new dawn is rising, a war is afoot and those who want to take part the least will come to suffer the most. And that's that :) BTW, the title, "Zorza", means "aurora". Cheers!
I chose Siddhartha. I wanted to have an orange/yellow setting, because it plays in India. Also because of the orange monk ropes. I worked with watercolour and photoshop.
too many hobbits, so heres another classic. got the chance to read Gilgamesh, Iliad and Odyssey in high school, really inspiring stories. this was kind of last minute, watercolor on cold press , with some letters drawn in procreate.
Here is my submission for the April 2022 Proko challenge. The Hedge Knight is one of my favorite George R R Martin stories so I was very happy to finally have an excuse to design an illustration for this book.
Hello! Here is my submission to this month's challenge! C.S Lewis' second volume of the Chronicles of Narnia. This was pretty nice to try out, the limited palette and traditional feel really had me on my toes but overall, it was a nice experience!
Hi everyone, my submission for the April 2022 Challenge is Dracula by Bram Stoker. I used water colours for the illustration and created the cover in Krita. My goal was to make the cover look appropriate to the period in which the novel was written and yet seductively dark.
Instagram : @viliss.jpg Hi !! It's the first Time for me but there it is, my first proko challenge For this challenge i made a digital selfportrait, i tooks me 3 hours to make this Guy looks like me. 😅 at least it's pretty good i think, tell me what i can do better for the next one, thanks you for the challenge
Asked for help
Tomorrow, I will iterate on one of these for my third thumbnail, any suggestions on which one I should pursue?
Here are my thumbnails. (The first image is my submission, the others are just my practice versions. I included them because I don’t have source photos.) I learned a TON by doing this. I got a much better handle on water control, and composition simplification by painting these thumbnails over and over until I was happy with the direction. I intended to paint landscapes reminiscent of scenes you might find in my home state of Ohio. In each scene I tried to incorporate a mix of lost and found edges to help evoke feelings of nostalgia and solitude. These are all watercolor on paper. (Daniel Smith pigments, and 140# cold press Arches paper.) These were painted with Escoda Reserva brushes sizes 4 and up. For each thumbnail, I used the same palette consisting of Carbazole Violet, Cerulean, Phthalo Blue, Cobalt Teal, Ultramarine Turquoise, Pyrrol Orange, Prussian Blue, Indanthrone Blue, Quinacridone Rose, Carmine, Raw Umber, Burnt Sienna, Hansa Yellow Light, and Quinopthalone Yellow.
Hello I’m ekow from Ghana this is my submission ps(thought I needed to post it to the previous page and not this one)
Here's my 'Epic Snowball Fight' which I made as a spoof of the original Hildebrandt brothers Star Wars poster. SNOW WARS! Enjoy and please leave a comment or a heart if you so desire! The original is included for reference.