Storm from Marvel Comics

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Sessions

Storm Drawing Finished

I was able to put in a very long art day today and get a lot done including marking the Storm drawing as finished. I’m super happy with this one.

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Shoulder Pads

I spent a lot of time today working on a part of the Storm drawing that I ended up erasing. There was too much detail in her shoulder pads and it was distracting.

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The Difficult Part of Posting Everything

The difficult part of posting everything is that some days, many more than I would like, I post works that just look terrible. Luckily I’m posting along side a drawing I’m proud of.

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Another Day of Daily Art

Another day of daily art practice. Some days have huge revelations or jumps forward but most are the same diligent and persistent effort.

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Another Wonderful Morning of Art

Another wonderful morning of art on a Sunday, plus I’m extremely excited about the progress I’ve made on the Storm drawing.

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Diving Deep Into Learning

I’m excited to begin diving deep into learning by looking at a great artist, pulling apart his/her book and creating my own curriculum from it.

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Slow Down and Consider

It seems that I’m consistent in forgetting to slow down and consider before working on a drawing.

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Storm From Marvel Comics Drawing

I’m excited for the next Fandom Fitness drawing. We are back to a fictional character, Storm from Marvel Comics. But I pull from real life sources.

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Details

  • Work: 1714
  • Size: 14" x 17"
  • Medium: Charcoal and Graphite on Paper
  • Sessions: 8
  • Start date: 6/23/2020
  • End date: 7/3/2020