For week 33, we’re drawing the room in our home where all the magic happens. The magic of sweet sweet sleep, that is. 😏 This week’s prompts are designed to help break drawing a scene down into bite-size parts. You can draw the prompts a’la’carte or use them for practice and draw a scene at the end of the week!
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If you only draw one piece this week,
I drew this laundry basket with brushes from my Wash and Dry Watercolor Toolkit. This set contains everything you need to create wonderful watercolor-like paintings all with the convenience and control of digital art-making.
In this tutorial I’ll be teaching you all about perspective! One and two point perspective, manipulating your vanishing points and we’ll learn how to use Procreate’s perspective drawing guide. Then I’ll show you how I use all of this to create this interior scene drawing.
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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.