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It’s our last week of ‘Grow’ Month! This week we’ll focus on finding our own artistic style.
I’ve planned a week of fun prompts to help you explore your personal style – because we all want to make artwork that is unique and special (just like you!)
I decided to do a re-draw of a piece I drew a loooooong ago. The old piece kind of makes me want to cringe, especially the lettering. It’s crazy to see how far my skills have come. Practice makes progress, people!
Also, having better tools can make a big difference! I used default brushes for the original, and brushes from my Texturrific set for the redo. (Scroll to the Featured Brush Set to see the specific brushes I used for this piece.)
If you only draw one piece this week,
The DTIYS challenge is excellent in helping you find and build the foundations of your style. It highlights elements you like (and don’t like) in other peoples art. Which will help you formulate your own artistic voice and expression.
These brushes are so satisfying to use, you may question picking up a real pen and paper ever again. Mix, match, and play within the three different sets to create a multitude of unique effects and limitless styles of art.
If you only draw one piece this month, build a bouquet!
In keeping with the ‘Grow’ theme of March, this month’s project is filled with florals! You will study and practice drawing different types of flowers, then compose them into a beautiful floral arrangement.
Head over to the prompts page for more tutorials
to help you out with drawing this week!
*Weekly tutorials updated Sunday night PST
If you weren’t able to join us when we drew pattern-filled bugs in Procreate with my new Imperfect Patterns brush set… no worries! We’ve got the replay for you right here
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Making Art Everyday is a series of daily, weekly, and monthly prompts and challenges to help you overcome creative fears and develop your art-making practice. Every month, we will feature a new theme that will allow you to hone a set of skills, practice drawing something specific, or complete a project.