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EQD's mostly-annual Artist Training Grounds event fires up again Saturday, July 29th! Get ALL the infos!

Are you up to the challenge? Whether you manage to get the max limit of three pics a night or just one scribble for the whole event, share your ATG works here!

If you have a deviantArt gallery, Tumblr, or other artsy-fartsy community site where the pics get posted, don't forget to give us a link with your picture!

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Hype! Thirty days of forced productivity! These are so fun/grueling. I've got a job this time around, so there'll be more than a few hasty pencil drawings, but I'm going for it. Hope to see plenty of y'all getting in on the action.

 

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Boop. I suck at hatchwork. More like HACHET work, m i rite?

9 hours ago, Friendship is Horses said:

 

FIRST

and, uh, hopefully not "ONLY"

she's excite i'm excite we're excite

blip

You suck for not sucking at hatchwork.

 

2 hours ago, AaronMk said:

And being pen-less, I turn to vectoring. It's been a long, long time.

 

 

http://aaronmk.deviantart.com/art/Lefty-Pone-695618561

Looking good! Some opt for spring traps, some swear by auto-locking cages, but I say the best way to kill a mouse is vectoring.

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1 hour ago, ABronyAccount said:

Looking good! Some opt for spring traps, some swear by auto-locking cages, but I say the best way to kill a mouse is vectoring.

 

The alternative is to go full Richard Hamilton.

 

<I had his 'Just What Is It That Makes Today's Homes So Different, So Appealing?' here, but on review I concluded it was 2lewd4u. So I'll just leave you a reference to me about to post it instead.>

 

Just straight up cut things out of other pictures and stitch it all together.

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7 hours ago, Smugleaf The Smug said:

 

So i did a thing for a thing. Do i regret it? Maybe.

I have to say, the expression depicted as well as the description embedded don't really fit with the handle.

Don't regret making art!

 

2 hours ago, AaronMk said:

Totally not taking the entire day 2 prompt seriously and probably abstracted it all to hell.

 

Lens flares and motion blurs! The Michael Bay approach to adding dynamism!

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15 hours ago, ABronyAccount said:

You suck for not sucking at hatchwork.

Is that what that is? I figure if you want to draw shadow, all you have to do is cross out the light. And the more x's you put the more photons get crossed out which makes deeper shadow.

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6 hours ago, ABronyAccount said:

 

Lens flares and motion blurs! The Michael Bay approach to adding dynamism!

 

And hearts.

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15 hours ago, ABronyAccount said:

I have to say, the expression depicted as well as the description embedded don't really fit with the handle.

I mean they wanted a pone standing. pone is "standing" i'm a simple man.

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19 hours ago, Smugleaf The Smug said:

Nice! Poor guy looks adorably forlorn.

 

16 hours ago, AaronMk said:

A stretch for Day 3.

 

ifyaknowhaadamean

 

I don't! To be honest I don't get a lot of your references. But you do have a way with lines!

 

3 hours ago, Friendship is Horses said:

I sketched out a concept for a digital drawing, which I'll paint, uh, sometime.

A tactic I've used many a time!
The real trick is following through on that intention. A tactic I've used ... on occasion?

 

1 hour ago, AaronMk said:

I meem

 

 

I understand almost none of that!

 

It'll have to be skip day for me, I'm afraid. Honestly I don't know how many of these I can do on workdays.

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