Remember when food was fun? This week, the MAE drawing prompts are all things you’d find in a school lunch. What did you have in your childhood lunchbox? Did you ever play with your food? Maybe your took your Oreo cookies apart and ate the center first. Or maybe you had a blast pulling apart you string cheese. Channel your inner child and have fun with these prompts!
Last week’s Art School Subject was all about paying attention to the basic shapes that make up everything. This week we’re going to take it to the next step and add color!
One of the best ways to choose color for your artwork is to create a color rough. This allows you to weed out weak color combinations before you spend time drawing with the wrong colors. Think of this exercise like you’re creating a color plan so that when you sit down to draw you don’t have to make any on-the-spot color decisions.
I just posted a NEW Spooky Cat Tutorial on YouTube! Get ready for spooky season while drawing this cute cat scene in Procreate! Get some practice using some of Procreate’s most essential features like layers and alpha lock. This fun tutorial is great for beginners or anyone that wants to get into the spooky spirit.
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If you only draw one piece this week,
Sam Aker created this school lunch illustration using my Multi-tonal Markers. “These brushes have made me a color maven! I’ve gotten to know color in Procreate on a very intimate level because of the way these brushes encouraged me to pick colors. I’m obsessed with using them!”
Want to learn the best way to use color in Procreate? This tutorial will show you a few ways to use and make color palettes + access to my Free Procreate Color Palette Library!
Learn how to draw this cute crab with my Multi-tonal Markers. This set will get you comfortable with color quickly. In this tutorial, I show you how I select colors when using this multi-tonal set of brushes!
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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.