9 sketches for Sketch Fest, most of them very, very rough. I still want to finish this one:
This piece was finished from an older Sketch Fest:
10 Sketches for Sketch Fest:
And several that were finished later in the year.
Two finished pieces from older Sketch Fests:
A silly art card just for fun:
A portrait adoption piece:
A Torn World piece:
Two Sketch Fests this month... and I did a whopping 34 sketches! Most were art cards:
This was done as a prize at Torn World:
Triplets! What a challenge!
Six sketches for Sketch Fest.
Bleeding bleeding hearts.
An experiment on birch bark.
A photo of the creative process... (this was before monsterus minimus could actually reach up onto the table...)
I didn't do an awful lot in April - I must've been saving it up for May...
May was notable for two things: It was Sea Monster Month at Torn World, and I launched a Kickstarter for my Fantastrix coloring book. The latter was a wild ride that ran well into June, and the former was no less busy, as I did a little crowdfunding project of sea monster art cards that went very well and was great fun. I ended up doing 21 sea monster cards: http://ellenmillion.livejournal.com/1373367.html
I did these pieces for Torn World, though they weren't published until June:
I also did six sketches for Sketch Fest - mostly art cards. This was my favorite:
(Original still available!)
As if that wasn't enough, I also finished a whole batch of existing black and white artwork from previous sketch fests - 8 pieces in total. Like this one:
I did 7 art cards for this Sketch Fest. My favorite two:
The prompt was: Goat floating in an innertube wearing a bikini with cherries on it.
And I finished this for Fantastrix:
Although it was the second one I started, it was the first I finished and was an order of magnitude simpler than the other two I did for the project.
...to be continued....