Redrawing old Artwork

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  • #64527

    Ara
    @itisastarrynight

    looking at old art is a great way to know what to draw. Each time I scroll through an old sketchbook I can’t help but want to do this challenge. I actually did it twice today.. The first before picture is also from 2017, I think. 

    Sketching with no reference is like hiking without a map!

    #64530

    Ara
    @itisastarrynight

    @h-jones Yours looks great! 😀

    Sketching with no reference is like hiking without a map!

    #64567

    Ariel Ashira
    @ashira

    @itisastarrynight Wow, you have progressed a lot since last year!  great job!

    "In a mask, was he?"

    #64606

    Grace Carter
    @h-jones

    @the-fledgling-artist Thank you!! (: AND WOW!! You have improved!! That is amazing!

    @isitastarrynight Thank you so much! And oh my word, your improvements too! That’s remarkable!!

    —Cartographer of Life’s Wandering Ways (through, admittedly, much trial and error).

    #64853

    Ara
    @itisastarrynight

    @h-jones @ashira thanks guys!

    Sketching with no reference is like hiking without a map!

    #64892

    Chalice
    @chalice

    @the-fledgling-artist, This is an neat idea! Does reworking an old drawing count? (Just curious, ’cause I’m currently working on reworking an old drawing.) I’ll have to dig up some of my old art. 🙂

    @itisastarrynight, Wow, that’s a big improvement over the last year! 😀 Keep up the good work!

    ENFP-T/Artist/Writer/Musician
    “Creativity takes courage” -Henri Matisse

    #64897

    The Fledgling Artist
    @the-fledgling-artist

    @chalice Sure! You can post what ever you’d like! 😀

    "Where there are dreary streets come dance with me"

    #65174

    Tess
    @thetessinator

    *is slightly embarrassed bc my improvement has been 1) rapid and 2) not including shading yet :[*

    February:

    I actually think I posted this?

    October:

    I think the shading in the second could use to be a bit better. And the colors to be a bit bolder. But the posing and proportions have improved (I think!)

    Also blond hair is not yellow. February Tess, you need to get with it.

    I'm an ENFP - fluent in English, jokes, confusing art teminology, MBTI, and maniacal screaming.

    #65179

    The Fledgling Artist
    @the-fledgling-artist

    @thetessinator This is great! You’ve improved a lot in a short amount of time! 😀

    "Where there are dreary streets come dance with me"

    #65191

    Lin
    @lin

    This is such a lovely idea!

    @itisastarrynight woah you’ve improved so much! I love the way you drew the blue girl’s face (:

    @thetessinator That’s great! the poses are more natural and a lot less stiff!

    “I've loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night.”

    #65193

    Lin
    @lin

    Might aswell post a digital piece I redrew in september. She finally has a nose haha!

    “I've loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night.”

    #65197

    The Fledgling Artist
    @the-fledgling-artist

    @lin So much improvement!!

    "Where there are dreary streets come dance with me"

    #65248

    Ariel Ashira
    @ashira

    @thetessinator @lin Wow, both you guys are doing a lot better!  Nice pictures!

    "In a mask, was he?"

    #65252

    Chalice
    @chalice

    @the-fledgling-artist, Is this the one you did in colored pencil?

    @lin, Wow, that’s a big improvement! I really like your style. What did you use to create the later one?

    ENFP-T/Artist/Writer/Musician
    “Creativity takes courage” -Henri Matisse

    #65284

    Lin
    @lin

    @the-fledgling-artist @ashira thanks!

    @chalice thank you! Both are digital art, made using a wacom tablet and photoshop (:

    “I've loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night.”

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