Draw a robot challenge!
Not really a challenge, just draw a robot.
How to enter: Draw a robot! Yay you win! 🤖
Here are some example robots in different styles to get the idea-juices flowing :)
Robots are super fun to encourage creativity; they don't need to adhere to accepted models of what something 'should' look like (like people), they can be made up of all kinds of bits and pieces. Go wild!
I did it! Finally made a full video showing how I make isometric mini worlds in #Krita out of Creative Commons photos and images.
This world has a Japanese tea garden theme, and I ran the screen recorder while I made it, then added commentary of the process.
I'm looking for feedback on which techniques used people would most like dedicated step by step tutorials on, so please share your thoughts.
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@Curator The Owl ran through erase-horizontal in GLIC, then NTSC-AnalogTV in the GenerateMe Processing repo, and upscaled, some messing with colour and a fine grain done in photoshop
Related: Want to have a go at making glitch art but not sure where to start?
Download @Krita from krita.org (it's free, yay!!). Open an image. Go to Filter > Start G'MIC-Qt, which will open a window where you can browse through and apply a huge variety of filters to your image. There are loads here to play with, but the glitchy ones are under 'Degredations' and 'Deformations'. Also check under the Testing drop-down, there are some hidden gems there - particularly under 'Joan Rake' :D
Time for a #mushroom!
A tree mushroom to be exact. It's nothing extraordinary, but I do like the contrast between the black and white birches, the brown plants at the bottom and the striking green of the moss.
The mushroom itself is just the eye catcher that I felt was necessary for this photo to work.
Roughs // 2 hours
Inks // 1.5 hours
Tone+Post // 0.25 hours
What was intended to be a warmup for the day, turned into a larger inventory. It helps me a lot to know how much time it takes for me to do a sketch, or a panel, or a page. So I time myself on a piece every few months to see where I am at.
I guess the most revealing part of this one is how little detail I put in my sketches, and just how much i ink on the fly. Risky.
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