This week’s featured image is a very interesting pick. Typically I pick one of my longer speed paints to feature, but this time around I picked a thirty-minute speed paint that I did last Monday. “Growing Organs” is fairly unique because it is one of the rare thirty-minute speed paints I did that features a fully detailed face. Thirty minutes is such a short time to do a composition. Typically I don’t have enough time to detail a face within that time frame. “High Rank” and “Rowing Slaves” are great examples of my typical thirty-minute speed paints. “Growing Organs” obviously have a fully rendered face. “The Twins” is also a thirty-minute speed paint that features two faces. In all honesty, in terms of completion, “The Twins” is definitely more fully defined than “Growing Organs.” But “Growing Organs” does have a more complicated background than “The Twins,” hence why I picked “Growing Organs” as my featured image this week.
Aside from my speed paints, I spent some time creating more entries for the monthly competition at krita-artists.org. I thought I was done with the prompt “Fairy,” but I ended up doing two more different versions of that prompt. And of course, I also spent some time with my regular grinds. “Temple Waterfall” is still in the middle of the sketch-refining phase, while I have moved on from doing any more work on the face of my Lundahl study. I didn’t get to spend any time on “Proving Grounds.” I’m hoping to rectify that this coming week.
Anyways, have a great “March of Robots” this next month!daily spit paint daily spit paint group sketchbook sketchbook sunday sketchbook update sketches speed paint speed painting speed paints Sketchbook Update
I don't like ads. I don't think anyone likes ads. But they do play a pivotal role in our lives. In my case, ads help pay the bills. So unfortunately, advertisements will go here. The good news is that I have not set up advertisements for this website yet. Yay! But if you do want to help me out in the smallest of ways, then head over to my YouTube Channel and subscribe. Not only will you be helping me out, you will also learn a thing or two about my art! Hooray for learning!
All Rights Reserved @Edgar Ej. Site powered by Godaddy, Wordpress, and a few cookies... Oatmeal Raisin cookies to be exact.