Daily Drawing Thread - Try to post at least once a day and see how long you can go.

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I got to the feet and had a conflict because goose feet/legs vary by breed. Despite the lulzy anatomy I found myself liking it enough not to start over, so I inked it and here it is. Goose monster.

DAY 4
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Day 11- If you haven't seen it yet, I recommend reading the thread on the guy behind a Garfield themed restaurant in Canada, it's only 20 or so pages but already such a wild ride:

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How long does it take you people to make one of these daily drawings? One hour? Several hours?
I think mine have been on average about 30 minutes to an hour at most. I'm usually doing them as a warm-up for whatever my main art project of the day is so I don't want to spend too long on them. But at the same time I don't want them to be too half-assed.
 

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How long does it take you people to make one of these daily drawings? One hour? Several hours?

I'm not certain; but I'd say two hours tops. Thing is, I spend some time on weekends to do a bunch of sketches and then I work on them along the week.

EDIT: forgot to ask...I was thinking about getting back to working on more complex compositions, but i don't want to stop posting daily. Would it be okay to post progress on a piece on a daily basis or so?
 
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contradiction of terns

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I don't know if it's allergies or Omicrud, but I felt like boo boo today. I stole an idea from Kiwi Farms and did 'The Rat King'. I wanted to allude to how rat kings naturally form, so it's got extra tails. I was very pleased with the villain-esque whisker twirl action even if the feet somehow went from being fairly rat-like to generic looking over the course of wrapping it up.

DAY 6
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How long does it take you people to make one of these daily drawings? One hour? Several hours?

Mine have been 30 minutes to an hour so far, with the exception of my day 1 sketch, which was maybe 15 minutes. Once I start coloring these I'll probably finish a few ahead of time as a buffer and dole them out while I work on more. I gathered from the OP that it's okay to do stuff in advance as long as you are honest that you didn't complete it the same day it was posted. TBH, I think the main goal of the challenge is to give you an excuse to do something art related once a day as practice/skill-honing. I didn't see any real requirements on the amount of work that had to go into it.