Review - 21-Day Drawing Challenge
The first creative drawing challenge, which can be drawn in any style, in color or black and white, is to draw a cat based on a few reference photos. The author discusses his finished example, which is a cat character.
The second challenge is to draw one of 4 subjects as a continuous line drawing, using only one line from start to finish, which teaches how to draw complex shapes as one line. The author shares how he approaches a project starting from sketches. The next two challenges are a study of negative space and hand-eye coordination.
List of Challenges So Far
Day 1 - The Cat’s Meow
Day 2 - Drawing a Line
Day 3 - Draw What You See
Day 4 - Give Yourself a High Five
Day 5 - Refinement Drawing
Day 6 - Get Cubistic
Day 7 - What Do You Like
Day 8 - Drawing a Light Source
Day 9 - Man-made Drawing
Day 10 - Doddle Sheet
Day 11 - Draw a Monster
Day 12 - Metaphorical or Literal Approach
Day 13 - Tell a Visual Story
Day 14 - Reality is Boring, so Distort It
Day 15 - Boxing Dinosaurs
Day 16 - Drawing Design
Day 17 - Window to the Soul
Day 18 - Cardboard Doodles
Day 19 - Face Your Fears
Day 20 - Live Drawing
Day 21 - A Self Portrait
The author finishes with inspiration and sample images from various artists.
This video training was much fun and challenging. However, the novice may need a little more in depth discussion for each challenge.
Von Glitschka is principal at Glitschka Studios, speaker and author of five books. He has several other training videos on lynda.com including Drawing Vector Graphics, Drawing Vector Graphics: Linear Line Illustration, Drawing Vector Graphics: Patterns, Drawing Vector Graphics: Color and Detail, The Creative Spark, Foundations of Logo Design, Insights on Illustrative Design and Artist at Work: From Sketch to Finished Vector Illustration.
Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this article. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.
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