30 Day Drawing Challenge Day 22- Favorite Letter Illustration
Injecting content in our drawings can be done in many ways. Words can add meaning, but illustration has long been a means of telling a story with pictures. I’ve been getting asking a lot of you over the last few days, so in order to get right to the drawing I’m going to keep today’s instructions simple.
Today’s challenge: Pick your favorite letter and then illustrate it somehow. You could Zentangle the letter like we did in yesterday’s challenge, or practice a new font style, but you have creative license today. An easy way to do it might be to pick a picture of something that begins with your favorite letter…here’s mine:
|Z is for Zebra ©Rebecca Zdybel
My sketch is done with permanent archival ink (micron o4 black) and watercolor
Have fun with your illustrations! When ur done, please share the photo with me.
Here are drawings from a fellow challenger’s sketchbooks:
|Great perspective and shadow on both of these sketches! For more on light and shadow and how to make a cube look 3-D you can check out Day 19 of the 30 Day Drawing Challenge. Just follow this link: http://rebeccazartist.com/2015/05/30-day-drawing-challenge-day-19-cube.html|
|Beautiful Zentangle butterfly from 30 Day Drawing Challenge Day 20 Zentangle- If you missed this lesson, here is the link: 30 Day Drawing Challenge Day 20- Zentangle|
|Definitely Cool! and Cloudy with a Chance of Zentangle 😉|
It’s so fun seeing what you guys are coming up with! Thanks for taking the time to send them my way. =)
I will be using my Tombow marker in burnt sienna color -947 for a sketch or two during the final couple of weeks of this challenge. If you would like to get one, it’s around $5-6. Here is a link to order: Tombow 947 Marker- Amazon
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