Thank you Corky3240
for the feature!
They said "draw one minimalist flower"! I drew one, and I liked so much, I decided to add another one, and another, and another, some folliages here and there... And animals too! Can you find then? They are hidden in the image:
Squirrel - easy
Butterfly - easy
Owl - easy
Frog - easy
Monkey - medium
Hummingbird - medium
Snail - hard
Ladybug - hard
I will include a grid in the WIP so it will be easy to you to answer on the comments.
Edit: answer is on the WIP!
How about a compo idea? Here's the rules!
Full page doodle
>Choose a theme and use similar elements without duplicating the image.
>No need to be complicated as mine, relax and draw
>Need inspiration? Flowers and folliage, toys, buildings, skull&bones, Halloween, birds, cats, clocks, books, food, candles, fishes, candies, etc! Google: "full page doodle" to have an idea!
>Make it Black&White, no colors allowed, no shades of Grey either.
>Make it as a pen and ink. You can use pen or line vector, avoid pencils and brushes (some brush mistakes are OK).
>No zentangle, no abstract.
>Fill the entire canvas, it's hard so be careful with bigger sizes, you take more time to fill it. And don't try to be smartass and draw just half a dozen of big elements. Make a beautiful pattern and no problem if you use a smaller canvas.
>References are OK, but create an original composition from there.
>No image loads.
>One entry per artist.
>Wait to be officially published by Sketch Club, but you can start now!
Thank you my friend for the
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