I'm a little bit late, but decided to post it anyway. I've learned a lot about colours during this challenge. Thanks to Marco Bucci and Proko team! I would really appreciate any feedback!
One more subission for the challenge. Was a beautiful day yesterday in moscow couldn't resist but to draw the view.
Hi there :) I love this challenge! It was so nice to see how for everyone there's their own favorite book and that it's always different. It's so unique and valuable. I was glad to see here some books that I've enjoyed reading myself. Anyway, here's my submission. Hope you like it :)
Hey Vicky_a, Congrats for deciding to study art, keep working hard. The most obvious things that jump out to me are perspective, both background and figure. Also the size relationships between the figures and the background elements is causing problems with your scene. I did a quick sketch to show you some of the things I noticed, I hope it is helpful for you :)
Hi guys! I know Proko is not a critique bureau, but I would really appreciate some of it :) I'm a self-taught artist and critique is crucial to me, but till now I hadn't had any. I've been learning how to draw for a year and a three months by now, and here's the result. I know I should get into anatomy ASAP and I need to observe the reality more to improve my shadow/light relations, as well as perspective. But maybe there's something I'm not able to see, so I would really appreciate if you could tell me the most obvious mistakes to give me the chance to improve my art. I also know I have big problems with composition(I've made a lot of effort to make it decent in this drawing though), but I don't understand where I can learn how to make it better. Is it by observing the world around me, or maybe there is some good books you know about? I would really appreciate some advice on this issue! I know by the Proko challenges that there are a lot of great artists over here, and maybe you could help me! P.S. The little girl was suppose to be my focal point, but it definetely didn't work out as I expected.
Took a different approach to this self-portrait and I'm not sure if I enjoyed the process as much. But, I did enjoy painting the glasses and the dramatic lighting. Acrylic on canvas.
"Punch in face!" 11x14 watercolor on watercolor paper. It's meant to capture that one time I got in a fistfight with Lobo. Didn't end well for me but I got this cool portrait out of it.
My odd bot concept was a giant bug stunner and catcher called a Plasma Angler Bot, or Planglot. I modeled it with hedgehogs, anglerfish, plasma beams, bug zappers and arcade claw drop machines in mind. There are some progress sketches on the bottom left and a painted front view and side view. I used Clip Studio Paint for this process. An angerfish on land seemed odd, combined with an also odd, but less terrifying hedgehog made for an interesting digging, walking and patrolling bug luring bot. A sort of open area bug catching roomba.
Thanks for opportunity to draw this. Never thought I'm able to draw something like that. Drew it in digital with hard brush.
Hi guys! This is my submission for the challenge. These snowmen really wanted to have a snowball fight, but hadn't had any snow. How to play without snow? I guess they have found the solution. Was it wise? Someone would say it wasn't. But they have had their fun after all.