I’ve worked a couple days on this Dodge Dart art. I tried to get it as detailed and realistic as possible and I added a dart to go with the logo for the theme. I’m really hoping I get first place. My first purchase if I win the prize money will be an Intuos from Wacom to expand my digital art.
Im entering an art contest to win up to $2,000. There are two categories, digital and traditional art, and three winners from each. I am doing traditional art. The art has to be inspired by the Dodge Dart 2013. I started this yesterday:
This much already! I only started last night at 9:30. Stopped at ten. Worked a little bit in during school (not in class, of course). Ill keep adding progress as I go. Maybe on my next drawing I’ll attempt a time-lapse video.
This is a collection of animals I am going to draw. I am using them all as practice. Of course ill complete all of them to the best of my ability; they are practice to improve my realism. They will all be drawn in graphite for the highest detail and realism possible. I’m starting with the eagle.
Progress! I now have the head finished and a good background overlay. All that’s left is his torso.
Link to previous progress here.
I finished this thing quite a while back but I never got a chance to upload it.
And a link to the unfinished here.
I drew this off a news article image in my art and architecture class.
I drew this in November last year. I was looking at a leopard in a National Geographic.
This is a pretty old pen art. I probably drew this in 8th grade (couple years ago).
I started this a while back (I really should finish it). It’s a picture of Ezio and Altair.
This was drawn with colored pencil in an art class. The scales were done by indenting the paper in scale shapes and shading over.
So I’ve meant to draw in white charcoal. Finally got around to it. This is a drawing of a dove. i wanted to see how easy white charcoal is. Actually I would think it would be easier because on black paper, you can just use black charcoal to “erase”. if you draw something in white, it’s much easier to cover with black. On white paper, erasing just doesn’t always do what you want.
This is one of many tigers I have drawn. Done over the summer. Charcoal drawing.