A.I.nktober prompts are live! Now you have your choice between the official list of reasonable #Inktober prompts, or these entirely bonkers A.I. generated lists.
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Soil layers as a pencil value practice.
Honestly getting tired of "advice" how to get over self-doubt/self-criticism that boils down to "uh... just don't?"
It's a mental thing, I get that; it's all about changing the way one looks at their art and themself. And I'm sure those well-meaning advisors didn't use a controlled process to get through it, so it's like asking someone to teach you how to look at those funky-patterned 3D pictures. ("You just squint and it's there!")
And yet. THIS IS NOT HELPFUL, DAMMIT.
I'm also kind of in love with this photo editing Android app. The GUI is a nightmare but it can do some freakishly advanced stuff for a mobile app - levels/curves, pasting images, text, color editing...
#DailySketchChallenge topic YUCK.
Human faces are fascinating, but also UGH, HOW.
Two plein-air #watercolors I did couple days ago. I'm not happy enough with them for Instagram, but they are a step further from anything I've done recently, soooo... yay, I guess?
What I like: how I managed focus by varying the level of detail in the marker drawing
What I don't like: muddy colors; the horrible decision to add the background on the pagoda painting (instead of leaving it stylized, just on white)
watercolors, pencil sketches and the occasional random animal
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