Sketchbook Mini-Challenge: Can you do 30 Pages in 30 Days: JULY 2015


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Welcome to the Sketchbook Mini-Challenge
the idea is simple DRAW as much as you can on one month.

THE TOPIC FOR THE MONTH OF MAY IS:
GREEK GODS

The idea is simple.
Draw in one month as many Sketchbook pages and share them with the group.
At the end of the month we vote for the best collection
RULES

◦You can DRAW on ANY MEDIUM and ANY LEVEL of completion. You can draw on a sketchbook and scan your pages as you go.
◦ You can do as many or as little sketches as you wish.
◦You can use this month topic “BEAUTY” for inspiration but you are not bound by it.
◦The best collection will be VOTED ON by the end of the month.
◦You may use the your DSF DAILY DRAWINGS (LINK)and your daily entry.
◦AND Also ONE MEMBER can DARE another member to draw something
◦POST as you draw daily YOUR SKETCHES ON THIS THREAD. If it is not posted here, its does not count as an entry
◦FOR EACH SKETCH POST: SKETCH #/DATE/ MEDIUM/TOPICS.
◦And before we start lets start some introductions: (voluntary)
So tell us:
NAME
LOCATION:
HOW LONG HAVE YOU DONE ART
FAVORITE MEDIUM
WEBSITE/TWITTER/ FACEBOOK PAGE
Good Luck
-R


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SKETCH 1 / 7 Jul / Photoshop / Zeus


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SKETCH 2 / 8 Jul / Photoshop / Janus


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SKETCH 3 / 9 Jul / Photoshop / Hera


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photoshop


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photoshop


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photoshop


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photoshop


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photoshop


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photoshop


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photoshop


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photoshop


#13

these are great…
I will be posting the thread for August today


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Had to chip a few corners on this collection for some reason.

Chaos - nothingness.


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Chronos and Ananke

Time and Necessity pushing each other around the material world.

Not real thrilled about this idea. It brings to mind an atom. I’d missed these two names at first. So the picture came later on and I tried to make it match.


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Aether and Nyx

Day and Night


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Gaia

Earth


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Uranus

Sky


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Pontus

Sea


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Tartarus

Depth of the Underworld

Hesiod: A bronze anvil takes nine days to fall from the heavens to the Earth, and another nine days to fall from Earth to Tartarus.

Illiad: Tartarus is as far below Hades (underworld for the dead) as Heaven is above Earth.